The Executive Steering Committee provides oversight for and evaluates input from the following tactical IT governance advisory committees:
The Administrative Systems Advisory Committee (ASAC) develops and oversees enterprise administrative application standards, evaluates, and prioritizes requests for new functionality, and ensures that the functional units of all university divisions can optimally leverage university-supported administrative systems.
The Data Governance Committee (DGC) develops and manages UNCG’s data strategy, a comprehensive vision and road map for collecting, managing, sharing, and using institutional data, and identifies opportunities to improve data analytics and other data-related processes and systems to enable collaborative, transparent, campus wide data-informed strategic planning and decision-making. The DGC is responsible for oversight and management of institutional data governance, data quality, and campus data literacy initiatives.
The Learning Technology Advisory Committee (LTAC) develops and oversees academic technology standards and priorities to support instruction and pedagogical accessibility and innovation and ensure that faculty and students have access to the spaces, resources, and tools they need to achieve academic success.
The Research Cyberinfrastructure Advisory Sub-Committee (RCAC) is a sub-committee of the Research Advisory Council (RAC)4 and is responsible for developing an institutional research cyberinfrastructure plan that supports and advances research at UNCG. RCAC is focused on building effectively aligned technology infrastructure, policies, practices, and resources that are of high value to researchers and meet federal and state IT compliance requirements for contracts and grants.
The Web and Mobile Operating Committee (WAMO) provides oversight for institutional web and mobile platforms to ensure a clear, consistent, cohesive, and accessible online presence, and a coordinated, managed approach to platforms, content, and message across all key digital channels.
All the Governance Advisory Committees are empowered to invoke cross-functional workgroups to focus on specific issues as needed. These committees engage as needed throughout the year with the ESC and are required to make a formal report to the ESC bi-annually in July and January.