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6.3.4 Information Strategy and Policy Committee (ISPC) (J, U)

Approved by Cabinet on June 11, 2001; Approved by Academic Council on September 13, 2001; Revised August 2002; Approved by Academic Council on September 12, 2002; Revised by Cabinet on December 6, 2004, revised and approved by Academic Council December 9, 2004, and Revised and Approved by Cabinet December 20, 2004; Revised by Cabinet on May 5, 2006; Approved by Academic Council on September 14, 2006; Revised and approved by Academic Council and Administration on April 9, 2009; Revised and approved by Academic Council and Administration on October 13, 2011


The Information Strategy and Policy Committee (ISPC) is the primary body to advise the President on the strategic use of information. The committee works collaboratively with various administrative and faculty groups to facilitate the effective and efficient use of information in support of the University's mission and priorities.

The committee has the following responsibilities:
     1. To develop institutional strategies related to information technology as guided by the University's mission and priorities.
     2. To recommend institutional initiatives and priorities, including the required outcomes and resources, to utilize information to      
         advance the above institutional strategies.
     3. To recommend institutional policies on information security, service, and technology.

The Committee includes the following members:
     Appointed annually by the President as appropriate
     • Vice President and Secretary to the Board of Regents, Chair
     • Academic Council Chair or Chair-Elect or designee from the Academic Council
     • Faculty TEC Committee Chair or Chair-Elect
     • Staff Advisory Council Chair or Chair-Elect (or designee)
     • Enterprise Business Partners Chair or Chair-Elect (or designee)
     • One representative from the ASUOP (nominated by the ASUOP President)
     Elected/appointed to 3 year terms
     • Two faculty members at large elected by the faculty
     • One representative from the Academic Division nominated by the Provost
     • One representative from the Division of Business and Finance nominated by the Vice President for
Business & Finance
     • One representative from the Division of University Development nominated by the Vice President for University Development
     • One representative from the Division of Student Life nominated by the Vice President for Student Life
     • One representative from the Division of External Relations and Athletics nominated by the Vice President for External Relations 
       and Athletics
     • One representative from the Sacramento campus nominated by the Dean of the Law School
     • One representative from the San Francisco campus nominated by the Dean of the Dental School
     Non-voting Staff to the Committee
     • Associate Vice President, Office of the President
     • Chief Information Officer
     • IT staff as invited by the CIO