UC Berkeley has initiated a project to redesign the campus IT governance model. The project is expected to propose a model and initiate implementation by fall 2012. In the interim, the CTC has been put on hiatus.
The Campus Technology Council (CTC), chaired by UC Berkeley's CIO, consists of ten Associate CIOs representing different campus constituencies, as well as two representatives from the Academic Senate.
The CTC was chartered in 2006 by then CIO Shel Waggener as the new, consolidated, campus IT governance structure. The CTC identifies and prioritizes campuswide information technology needs and opportunities, in support of UC Berkeley's mission.
The Associate CIOs work as a group to review and prioritize IT proposals submitted during the annual campus budget process. The CTC's recommendations are considered for funding by the CIO and the Chancellor's Cabinet.