IT Governance Councils

Information Technology Governance Councils

SMU faculty, staff, and administration are members of the functional, strategic, and executive-level councils. These councils provide review and approval of projects that support the University's goals and objectives. For more details, please see the Information Technology Governance Charter.

Functional Level
Academic Technology Council ATC Serves as a primary steward of SMU's academic technology strategy.
Data Warehouse & Analytics Council DWAC Provides guidance and direction to data administrators, or those with data management influence.
Enterprise Application Council EAC Provides guidance for continuous improvement in the use of the PeopleSoft system.
Information Security Advisory Council ISAC Assists with timely enforcement of security policies and practices.
Strategic Level
Council of Deans CoD Serves to ensure IT Strategy is aligned with academic areas.
Information Technology Leadership Council ITLC Serves to ensure IT Strategy is aligned with academic and business areas.
Executive Level
President's Executive Council PEC Provides oversight for all University activities.