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IT Policy Activity, Jan 2018

Posted: 09:00:00, Tuesday, Dec 26, 2017   Expiration: 19:00:00, Thursday, Jan 25, 2018  

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Opportunities to help shape IT policy

  • The IT Policy Planning and Analysis Team (PAT) meets on the first Friday of the month, 1:30-3:00, in Rm 3139 CS. These meetings help determine the future direction of IT policy. You are welcome to attend.

New / Revised Documents

Endorsement / Approval Pending

  • To comment, or suggest additional documents that need to be developed or revised, please email policy@cio.wisc.edu.

Forums / Events

  • The next IT policy forum is February, 15 2018, 3:00-4:30 Rm 159 Education Bldg. Topic: Policy Communications.

Teams / Governance

Divisional Technology Advisory Group (DTAG)

No IT policy-related activity this month.

  • DTAG has a campus-wide leadership role that is broad in scope and parallels the responsibilities of divisional administrative and technology leaders. See the DTAG Charter for details. Anyone may attend. Members are appointed. See DTAG meeting schedule. Administrative contact.

Infrastructure Technology Advisory Group (ITAG)

No IT policy-related activity this month.

Information Technology Committee (ITC)

  • Friday, January 15, 10:00-12:00, Room 3139 CS (1210 W Dayton St)

    • First reading of revised Cybersecurity Risk Management Policy.

Information Technology Steering Committee (ITSC)

No IT policy-related activity this month.

  • The Information Technology Steering Committee (ITSC) is the executive body that leads the strategic planning, organization, prioritization, investment, and decision-making activities in all areas of information technology (IT) throughout the UW-Madison. See the ITSC Charter for details. Administrative contact.

Policy Planning & Analysis Team (PAT) and its subcommittees

  • The PAT is a subcommittee of the Information Technology Committee. The PAT assists IT governance with the execution and iterative improvement of the IT Policy Principles and Procedures. This includes intake, prioritization, drafting, and analysis of IT policies, communication with the UW-Madison community, and planning for IT Policy forums. See the PAT charter for details. Voting members are appointed. Faculty, staff and students at UW-Madison may join the PAT or its subcommittees as members-at-large. Contact policy@cio.wisc.edu.

Research Technology Advisory Group (RTAG)

No IT policy-related activity this month.

  • RTAG advises the VCRGE in meeting their responsibility to ensure that the policies, practices, and resources around research cyberinfrastructure and information technology included in research administration are most effectively aligned to support and advance the vibrant research programs at the UW-Madison. See the RTAG Charter for details. Anyone may attend. Members are appointed. See RTAG meeting schedule. Administrative contact.

Teaching and Learning Technology Advisory Group (TLTAG)

No IT policy-related activity this month.

  • TLTAG has a campus-wide leadership role that is broad in scope as it relates to the use of technology to enable practices and efficiencies in teaching and learning. See the TLTAG charter for details. Anyone may attend. Members are appointed. See TLTAG meeting schedule. Administrative contact.

UW-Madison Information Security Team (UW-MIST)

  • UW-MIST is advisory to the CISO and IT Governance. See the UW-MIST Charter for details. Anyone may attend. Voting members are appointed. Faculty, staff and students at UW-Madison may join UW-MIST or its subcommittees as members-at-large. Unless otherwise indicated, meetings are on the 1st Thursday of the month, 2:00-3:30, Rm 3139 CS. Contact cybersecurity@cio.wisc.edu.

Web and Mobile Accessibility/Usability Coordinating Group (Coordinating Group)

  • The Coordinating Group usually meets every week or two on Thursday, 11:00-12:00, at McBurney Center. Please contact accessibility@cio.wisc.edu for confirmation. The group is currently working on:

    • Position descriptions for proposed staff to support digital accessibility.
    • The strategic plan for digital accessibility.
    • Re-chartering of the group.
  • The group coordinates improvement of the digital accessibility of UW-Madison web and mobile systems. See the Coordinating Group charter for details. Anyone may attend. Faculty, staff and students at UW-Madison may join the group or its subcommittees. Contact accessibility@cio.wisc.edu.

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-- IT Policy: GARY DE CLUTE

Created: 05:48:13, Friday, Dec 22, 2017 (by GARY D.)
Updated: 13:18:08, Tuesday, Jan 23, 2018 (by GARY D.)