ITS responsibilities include the provision of reliable voice, video, audio visual, campus backbone, wireless networking, and wide-area data networking services to the campus community. The ITS also acts as a technical liaison to all areas of the college and provides external representation for the campus in District IT matters.
The ITS reports to the Vice President of Business Services in partnership with the Associate Vice Chancellor of Information Technology and the Facilities and Technology Committee on Accreditation and Planning (F/T CAP). ITS will provide strong leadership for the campus in IT matters.
The ITS's priorities are:
- To maintain and enhance the College's IT infrastructure, with emphasis on the continued development of the Technology Master Plan, campus security, technology refresh, and intrabuilding data cabling that brings campus/district-standard wiring to selected campus buildings,facilities and district office.
- To work closely with committees and task forces charged with bringing technology to the classroom in alignment with the Educational Master Plan.
- To work with campus administrators, faculty, and the technology community to develop a predictable stream of funding for information technology projects of campus-wide importance. The specific goal will be the development of a Technology Master Plan that will capture the true costs of network development, growth, and maintenance.
- To address internal organizational issues to ensure that the ITS evolves in a manner consistent with campus IT requirements.