IT and IM governance at uOttawa is multi-tiered and has University-wide representation to ensure the interests of all are captured and considered. A culture of collaboration, transparency and effectiveness is at the heart of its deliberations and processes.

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Maximizing institutional value from technological investments is important to drive innovation and transformation for the University.
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Our goals

  • Maximize institutional value from Information Technology and Information Management investments and practices, and to ensure campus wide alignment with the University’s strategic objectives and priorities.

  • Ensures transparency and an increased level of collaboration within the institution.

  • Create and stimulate the critical dialogue that will lead to better and more informed decisions for Information Management and Information Technology.

  • Make relevant and timely recommendations on proposed and current initiatives and projects.

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