The Strategic Information Technology Council (SITC) provides guidance and governance on the provision and direction of UQ-wide Information Technology (IT) strategy. The SITC is a critical link between Information Technology and the core operations of the University.

The SITC meets twice per year, and reports to the Information Technology Governance Committee as well as the University Senior Management Group.

Objectives

  • Place Information Technology as an enabler aligned to supporting the UQ’s key objectives.
  • Ensure appropriate management and governance structures are in place for the IT function.
  • Verify UQ’s risk position is in-line with the University risk appetite.
  • Match Information Technology performance with University expectations.
  • Review UQ-wide IT strategies and roadmaps.
  • Endorse and advocate Information Technology change to the University executive and throughout the Institution.

Membership

The SITC has 10 key members:

  • Chief Operations Officer (Chair)
  • Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
  • Director of Governance and Risk
  • An Executive Dean
  • An Institute Director
  • University Librarian
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Director, Business Intelligence
  • Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Research Infrastructure
  • ITS Associate Director, IT Governance (Secretary).

Terms and quorum

  • 70% of voting members in attendance.
  • Attendance is defined as in-person, by phone, by video call.
  • No sub-delegation.
  • Members must be in attendance to vote.

Submissions

Requests for submissions should be made to it-governance@its.uq.edu.au.