The University of Wisconsin System is committed to a collaborative approach towards driving Information Technology direction, policy, and development.
To these ends, a number of groups exist to encourage cooperation, collaboration and resource sharing among the UW institutions. Some groups are coordinated by UW System Administration in conjunction with staff at the various UW Institutions, while other groups are driven by UW Institution staff to facilitate knowledge sharing, trends and strengthen the abilities of their members at each institution.
The CWCW group brings together web professionals, whether marketing or technical, to share experiences, best practices and collaborate in order to enhance our web expertise across the UW System.
Budgetary considerations, oversight and leadership for large information technology systems used by all or most of the fifteen institutions in the University of Wisconsin System.
Provide leadership in the development and use of information technology. The Council supports the unique needs of each institution while providing a forum for the development of opportunities that become possible when the institutions work together.
Provide a forum for library and information technology planning within the University of Wisconsin System.
The purpose of the Data Management framework is to achieve consistently managed data elements and processes across the UW System enabling common analytics and enhanced decision making, with efficiency, availability, and integrity of information.
The purpose of the EMTC is to provide a forum for addressing educational media and technology issues that affect individual campuses and the University of Wisconsin-System as a whole.
The University of Wisconsin System’s Identification, Authentication and Authorization (IAA) system provides identity management and authentication services supporting the secure deployment of applications at UW-System institutions.
The University of Wisconsin Information Technology Management Council (ITMC) is established to consider information technology matters of common interest among University of Wisconsin institutions, and to address such issues as may be directed to them by UW System Administration.
Brings together learning technologists, instructional designers, and faculty technology support professionals on all UW campuses in their quest to support faculty and students to integrate instructional technology with the goal to improve student learning outcomes.
The PMBA group will collaborate, promote the value of and share best practices in business analysis and portfolio, program and project management across the UW System community.
The purpose of TISC is to oversee, develop and maintain an enterprise, systemwide information security (IS) program designed to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of UW System Administration (UWSA) and institutions’ information assets from unauthorized access, loss, alteration or damage while supporting the open, information sharing needs of the academic environment.