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 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.