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University of California system-wide Information Technology is managed by the Information Resources and Communications (IR&C) department of the UC Office of the President. A number of system-wide IT committees coordinate with the IR&C and the UC campuses on common IT issues.

UC Information Technology Policy & Security

Active: July 2000 – Present

The UC Information Technology Policy & Security (UCITPS) group is comprised of technical staff, and works to address shared operational challenges arising from the interaction of new policies, legislation, and security threats in the electronic world. The group's membership is drawn from all ten campuses and the Office of the President.

Communications Planning Group

Active: 1997 – Present

The Communications Planning Group (CPG) consists of representatives from each campus/lab, and from UCOP's Information Resources and Communications Department. It provides advice to the Associate Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Information Officer.

Information Technology Leadership Council

Active: October 2003 - Present

The UC Information Technology Leadership Council (ITLC) includes Chief Information Officers and senior information technology leaders from UCOP, the campuses, medical centers, and UC managed national laboratories. The Council was created to serve as a system-wide venue for collective action in response to rapidly changing technology, the challenges of legislative and regulatory mandates, and the UC fiscal constraints that require us to make the most of our investment in IT.

Joint Operations Group

Active: March 1976 – October 2003

Superseded in fall 2003 by the Information Technology Leadership Council, the Joint Operations Group (JOG) consisted of representatives from each campus/lab, and from UCOP’s Information Resources and Communications Department. It provided advice to the Associate Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Information Officer of the University of California system.

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