Supporting the University's vision by leading and implementing IT projects across campus.
A project proposal to introduce a new service or IT system will be reviewed through the University's project governance model, to ensure it supports and is aligned with the University's strategic objectives.
Information Systems projects are the key driver behind technology capability improvements for the University.
A structured project process is followed to ensure that all new projects are directly aligned to the overall IS and University Strategy.
You'll first need to submit a proposal to our Project Management Office.
That proposal will then be considered and if successful, assigned to a team to take it through to completion.
We've developed a process that is diligent, fair and puts the University's strategic objectives first.
There's a straightforward process for submitting a request for service by ISDS:
Once your project proposal form has been reviewed, it will be assigned to a Portfolio Board for consideration.
There are five portfolio boards covering the University's remit which ensures that our projects are aligned with both our ISDS and our overall University strategy. Unless you have specified the board you would prefer to consider your project for implementation the PMO will choose the board they consider the most appropriate.
The five portfolio boards and their specialist areas are:
Moodle, Turnitin, teaching space technology design, learning analytics, library eResources, CMI, surveys, specialised Faculty teaching systems.
Research Admin, RDM, eResearch.
SRS, SEM, CRM, timetabling, curriculum management, student portal, alumni, student case management, careers.
Finance, HR, Web, BI/MI, Estates and Facilities systems.
Networking, storage, end-user computing, hosting, print, collaboration, telephony.
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