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Throughout the fall of 2019, Enterprise Information Technology Services (EITS) worked with a campus-wide advisory committee to develop the 2020-2025 Information Technology Strategic Plan for the University of Georgia.

Under the leadership of Dean Charles Davis and University Librarian and Associate Provost Toby Graham, EITS facilitated a series of focus groups and working groups comprised of students, faculty and staff to discuss how technology should be used to advance the University‚Äôs 2025 Strategic Plan.

The input from these efforts was used to develop six major technology goals for the University:

 

goal1

Support and facilitate the creation of the next generation of physical and virtual learning spaces for both students and faculty.

goal2

Improve the availability of personalized digital  services for students to promote collaboration, facilitate discovery, and reduce wasted effort.

goal3

Extend the University's research cyberinfrastructure  to enable expanded research activity while  promoting effective data management.

goal4

Improve business processes, inform healthy decision-making, eliminate unnecessary bureaucracy, and reduce administrative burdens.

goal5

Recruit, retain and support a more diverse workforce, ensuring that it more closely resembles the State of Georgia as a whole.

goal6

Be an organization that works proactively  to spend more time driving improved user experiences and less time reacting to the unexpected.

 

Annual Targets for Achieving All 2020-2025 Technology Goals

Implement measurement strategies and gather baseline metrics. Establish two-year improvement targets.

Begin gathering data and monitoring performance.

Assess progress towards targets. Take action to remediate any areas falling below targets. Confirm improvement targets for following two years.

Continue to measure performance against targets and take any necessary action to address lagging indicators.

Continue to measure performance against targets and take any necessary action to address lagging indicators.

 

View the full 2020-2025 IT Strategic Plan here