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I am pleased to receive this plan in response to my charge to develop a successor to the university's 1998 Strategic Plan for Information Technology. The difficult financial situation of the nation and the state at this time makes this plan absolutely essential to maximize efficiency and productivity for IU's primary missions of education and research. In the decade since 1998, IU has made great strides in the efficient use of our IT resources. IU's volume purchasing of hardware and software exemplify opportunities to use IU's scale to save money while also providing more essential IT tools to ...
atrick Gallagher, director of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), has named three distinguished experts from industry and academia to serve on the Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology (VCAT), the agency’s primary private-sector policy advisory group. The new VCAT members—who will serve three-year terms starting on April 1—bring the body’s number to 13. The new committee members include: Michael McRobbie, president of Indiana University. IU’s eight-campus system has a total budget of around $2.9 billion, and more than 5,000 faculty, 11,000 staff ... Read More
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