The update on the campus software is at the center of a town hall on June 30



Staff, faculty and students are invited to attend a virtual town hall from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, June 30 to discuss Transform IT, the University’s information technology restructuring process. from Oregon. Registration is compulsory.

City Hall will focus on the Enterprise Academic Applications Program, a series of projects aimed at transforming software management at the OU.

Last summer, a project team found more than 1,100 applications in use at the university, at a total annual cost of $ 8.9 million, excluding staff costs.

This team provided recommendations for modifying the purchase, development, management and support of software applications to save academic resources and improve services.

At this month’s Virtual Town Hall, Jessie Minton, Vice President, Information Services and Chief Information Officer, and Melody Riley, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Applications and Middleware, will share the Their vision for the program has evolved since Riley’s arrival at the OU in September, including recommendations for governance and an updated timeline for implementation.

Members of the campus community are encouraged to submit questions in advance to Haylea Berry at [email protected] or to ask questions during the Zoom meeting.

More information on this project and previous Transform IT projects is available on the Transform IT website.

—By Nancy Novitski, University Communications



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