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Chief Information Officer (CIO)
The University’s Chief Information Officer oversees key central IT units for the University that enable both academic and administrative functions and that support faculty, staff, and students. Operational services include infrastructure, applications, and end user support services that scale across the University (and in some cases include the hospital). In addition, IT Security, Policy, and Records Management provides both pro-active and reactive security services, security consulting, IT policy creation, and assistance with retention and destruction of University records.
Information Technology Services is the central service provider for information technology services across the University. Providing over 100 services, ITS’ mission is to promote information technology as a strategic resource throughout the University and to exemplify service excellence.
Enterprise Infrastructure (EI) provides support for networks, telephony, data centers, storage and computing platforms, email and calendaring, identity management.
Enterprise Applications (EA) provides support for ERP systems (Human Resources, Financial, and Student Information systems), learning management systems (UVaCollab), and departmental custom applications.
User Experience and Engagement
User Experience and Engagement (UEE) provides support services such as classroom IT and AV support, departmental computing support (LSP coordination and site licensing), help services (IT help desk and secondary support), customer communications and outreach.
Strategic Projects & Initiatives
The Strategic Projects & Initiatives (SP&I) team provides leadership for Project & Portfolio Management efforts in the CIO area.
IT Finance & Administration
Information Technology Budget & Administration oversees office administration, billing, human resources, and financial planning and allocation for all of central IT.
Custom Applications & Consulting Services
Custom Applications & Consulting Services (CACS) delivers technology solutions to an array of customers at the University of Virginia. As UVA’s own technology consulting team, we provide expert web, mobile, and application developers, database administrators, and project managers to support your mission.
The Information Security office provides IT security and policy consultation and guidance for the University community.
Information Security is responsible for assessing security risks, providing security education and training, implementing security safeguards, tracking security incidents, monitoring mission continuity and disaster recovery plans, developing and maintaining University-wide IT security policies, and managing user access to central IT systems.
IT Policy & Compliance
IT Policy & Compliance is responsible for developing Information Technology policies and procedures and ensuring compliance.