The Information Technology Coordinating Committee (ITCC) provides a forum for information sharing and identifies opportunities for collaboration among units responsible for IT across all OSU campuses.
The ITCC is not a policy-making group, although it makes recommendations on procedures or policies to the appropriate University authorities. As a body, it is not directly responsible for implementation, though individual members may oversee implementation efforts.
The ITCC engages in the following activities:
Identify campus-level IT issues and potential opportunities in consultation with various stakeholders.
Serves an advisory role to the University on campus-level IT projects, initiatives, and issues that have an impact on the greater OSU community.
Develop proposals for addressing such issues, identifying and evaluating alternative approaches (including costs, issues of user support/training, and effectiveness evaluation).
Submit proposals for review and approval to VP IS, Provost's Council, and/or Strategic Computing Deans as appropriate.
Form and manage working groups as needed to develop, implement, and evaluate specific technical solutions proposed or approved for specific problems.
Meetings are conducted on the second Friday of each month. Because space and discussion time are limited, attendance is limited to ITCC members or their proxy and individuals who have been invited to participate in specific discussions. Members are encouraged to share information and outcomes shared through Google and in-person discussions with relevant stakeholders.
Agendas, meeting minutes, and handouts from the discussion are found on the ITCC Google Drive and are open to members of the ITCC Google Group. The ITCC mailing list will be used for discussion and announcements and is limited to members of the ITCC.