The Division of Information Technology Project List has a new look and feel. Now in SharePoint, the list is designed for efficiency and transparency. The project list, visible to all employees, is used by the IT Governance committees to make decisions about project approvals and rankings. The new list may be accessed at this site and is divided into four categories:
• Compliance in Work: These are projects that must be completed for legal, regulatory, or security reasons. IT employees are currently working on these. An example from the list is Computer Pop-Ups for Emergency Notification. If you click on the title of the project, you will be able to read a description.
• Compliance in the Queue: These are projects that must be completed for legal, regulatory, or security reasons but are waiting for IT resources to become available to be activated or may have a dependency on another project. An example from this list is Military Identification in MyCat.
• Non-Compliance in Work: These are projects that are not required for legal, regulatory, or security reasons but have been approved and are being worked on. This does not mean these projects are not important. An example is the HHS building. There are still some things that are outstanding so this project is still in work.
• Non-Compliance in the Queue: These projects are not required for legal, regulatory, or security reasons but are waiting on IT resources to become available to be activated. An example is the Academic Buildings Network Multipath.
Below is a snapshot of part of the site. To view the full site, click here. Remember that if you are off campus you must first go in through the vpn. Contact Dr. Anna McFadden, Director of Academic Engagement and IT Governance, ext 2411, or Al Sanders, Director of the Project Management Office at ext. 3744 if you have any questions.