Information Policy Committee
The Information Policy Committee is made up of employees from across campus, who are appointed by the Provost. This group develops and reviews information technology polices as the first step in the policy approval process.
Information Technology Advisory Committee
The ITAC is charged with identifying information technology issues that affect Texas A&M University, deliberating these issues, and providing advice and recommendations to the Vice President and Associate Provost for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer for The Texas A&M University System.
Enterprise Information Systems Council and Committees
Several committees provide leadership, guidance and assistance to the Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) project team and Compass project. These include the EIS Council, EIS Executive Committee, EIS Steering Committee and Portal Implementation Committee. Read more at the EIS website.
IT Project Reporting Advisory Group
ITPRAG provide input, guidance and review on IT project management best practices in collaboration with the Project Management Office of Texas A&M Information Technology.
Laserfiche Steering Committee
The Laserfiche Steering Committee provides guidance to the CIS Laserfiche implementation team. It establishes conventions and recommends best practices to promote an efficient enterprise deployment of Laserfiche document management among participating campuses and agencies of The Texas A&M University System.
Telecommunications Customer Advisory Committee
The purpose of the Telecommunications Customer Advisory Council is to enhance customer service and increase communication between Telecommunications and the campus community.
Instructional Technology Advisory Committee
The committee advises the Director of Instructional Media Services in all aspects of providing instructional technology to classrooms controlled by the Office of the Registrar. In addition, the committee evaluates proposals for matching funds to upgrade specific classrooms that may be outside the Registrar's control.
Instructional Technology Council
The Instructional Technology Council is comprised of representatives from various departments and organizations throughout the university who are involved in technology-mediated teaching and learning. The council meets monthly to discuss instructional technology initiatives, best practices for using teaching tools and emerging pedagogical trends in higher education.
Open Access Labs Advisory Committee
The committee advises the Associate Director of the Open Access Labs in all aspects of lab operation and rules. The committee also recommends an Open Access Labs Capital Equipment Spending Plan each fiscal year.
Supercomputing Facility Steering Committee
The Supercomputing Facility Steering Committee provides leadership and governance, sets policy and plans the future direction for the facility.
Business Computing Services Governance Council
The Business Computing Services (BCS) Governance Council is responsible for developing and maintaining a roadmap for BCS for the next five years. This includes both a high-level description of system requirements to be met and a prioritized and comprehensive list of proposed enhancements, which contains (for each enhancement) a timeline and listing of resources required to complete each item. The Council also is responsible for directing BCS priorities through an ongoing review and discussion of identified enhancements to ensure the most current needs of the A&M System are addressed, and to periodically review and recommend changes, as necessary, to the methodology for allocating costs among System Members.
MAESTRO Steering Committee
The Modular Application for the Electronic Submission & Tacking of Research Operations (MAESTRO) Steering Committee determines priorities and approaches to research reporting, uniform coding and priorities for implementation. This committee helps determine how best to obtain synergy between this effort and any future initiatives in administrative information systems that may come from the Administrative Information Systems subcommittee of the A&M System's IT Governance Council.
Texas A&M System Telecommunications Council
The TAMUS Telecommunications Council is the governing body for TTVN and makes decisions on its strategic operation. It is composed of one representative designated by the CEO of each System Member and is chaired by the Texas A&M University Executive Director of Educational Broadcast Services (EBS). Typically, the member is the Chief Information Officer of the Member campus. The group meets monthly via TTVN videoconference.