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IT Stakeholders Committee
The IT Stakeholder Committee serves to collect input and feedback from students, faculty, staff, administrators, and the UMB Medicine affiliates; and provides input to and receives guidance and decisions from the Executive Cabinet.
The IT Stakeholders Committee provides a forum for the UMB CIO and school IT leaders to receive input and advice from campus representatives. It is also a mechanism for the Executive Cabinet to share IT priorities with a group that can communicate back to the campus.
|Co-Chairs||Peter Murray, Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology|
|Peter Rock, Professor and Chair, Anesthesiology, School of Medicine|
|Medicine||Sharon Bowser, Assistant Dean and Deputy Chief Information Officer|
|Jay Magaziner, Professor and Chair, Epidemiology and Public Health|
|Faculty Physicians, Inc.||Lisa Triplett, Interim Chief Information Officer|
|Dentistry||David George, Chief of Staff|
|Law||Simon Canick, Associate Dean for Law Library and IT and Law Professor|
|Pharmacy||Peter Swaan, Associate Dean for Research|
|Social Work||Clark Shah-Nelson, Assistant Dean for Instructional Technology|
|Nursing||Louise Jenkins, Professor & Co-Director, Institute for Educators|
|Central Units||Dawn M. Rhodes, Chief Business and Finance Officer and Vice President for Administration and Finance|
|MJ Tooey, Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs and Executive Director of the Health Sciences and Human Services Library|
The goals of the multi-stakeholder committee are to:
- Identify campus technology needs;
- Determine resources and services to address needs;
- Provide input to the Executive Cabinet regarding IT needs of the campus; and,
- Advise the Executive Cabinet regarding IT priorities.
- Obtain input from students, faculty, administrators and staff and the UMB Medicine affiliated partners, which allows for prioritization of IT innovation and IT initiatives.
- Identify actions, initiatives and investments in technology needed to support Strategic Plan initiatives.
- Provide input to the Executive Cabinet on initiatives proposed, precedence or priorities.
- Assist in developing communication plans for the broader University community.
Committee Composition and Actions
The committee is not an “IT committee” comprised of a group of technology professionals. Rather, it is a committee reflecting the organization of the campus that could identify IT needs; academic innovations and opportunities; and, improvements in business processes. Technology professionals will be consulted regarding solutions and aligning technology resources and services with the identified academic and business needs, opportunities, and innovations.
- Members are active, constructive participants and work to obtain input and feedback from their respective leaders and constituency groups (Deans/VPs; school committees; student, faculty and staff committees; UM Medicine affiliates; “grass-roots” users).
- Members are seeking opportunities and consensus driven approaches for evaluating and arriving at IT solutions and provide input to the Executive Cabinet regarding proposed initiatives or priorities.
- Members are continually assessing how well their constituency is being served.
- Deans and Senior Vice Presidents have selected individual(s) to serve on the committee.
- The committee has proportional representation from each of the schools.
- The committee membership composition is as follows:
|School of Medicine||4|
|School of Dentistry||1|
|School of Law||1|
|School of Nursing||1|
|School of Pharmacy||1|
|School of Social Work||1|
|All Central Units||2|
|Total Members 11 Plus 2 Co-chairs|
A School of Medicine faculty leader and the UMB CIO are co-chairing the committee.
Selected members are serving at the pleasure of their respective Dean or Senior Vice President, preferably for at least a two-year term.
- Enhanced direction-setting and decision-making of the Executive Cabinet regarding renouncing institutional IT and developing IT priorities.
- Alignment of technology resources and services with academic and business needs, opportunities, and innovations.