This past October, University CFO Randy Livingston announced the formation of the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), uniting the leadership of the three central IT units at Stanford (Administrative Systems, Information Technology Services, and the Information Security Office). The goal of the OCIO is to drive a unified vision and strategy for IT across the university.
In pursuit of this objective, the OCIO is convening an advisory group consisting of the senior-most technical leaders from major Stanford units/areas that manage one or more substantial IT enterprises. Leveraging the vast knowledge and experience of its membership, the CIO Council will advise the OCIO on University-wide IT matters in three key ways:
Chaired jointly by one member of the OCIO partnering with one regular Council member, the Council will meet monthly beginning in February 2015. The chair position will rotate annually.
University community members are encouraged to speak with Council members to ask questions or provide input related to IT strategy at Stanford.
|Office of Development and Alumni Association||Rainer Bullinger|
|University IT – IT Services||Bill Clebsch*|
|University IT – Information Security Office||Michael Duff*|
|Land, Buildings, and Real Estate||Michael Fox|
|Residential and Dining Enterprises||Danna Gianforte|
|School of Medicine||Michael Halaas|
|School of Humanities and Sciences||Barbara Jacobs|
|Graduate School of Business||Ranga Jayaraman|
|University IT – Administrative Systems||Ganesh Karkala*|
|VP Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer||Randy Livingston*|
|Research Computing||Ruth Marinshaw|
|Stanford Management Company||Minh Nguyen|
|Stanford University Libraries||Bob Schwarzwalder|
|School of Engineering||Reed Sprague|
|Law School||Jason Watson|
|VP Teaching and Learning||Richard Webber|
|SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory||James Williams|
|Council Staff Support from University IT||Nancy Ware|
* denotes Office of the CIO member
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