As part of UC Berkeley’s IT Governance structure, the Enterprise Applications and Data Committee (EADC) is charged with overseeing UC Berkeley’s, investment in and ensuring the effectiveness of, enterprise applications and institutional data management planning.
The EADC responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Assessing the campus enterprise application and institutional data needs for key cohorts, i.e., faculty, researchers, students and staff.
- Reviewing key developments in IT for potential impacts to, and adoption by, UC Berkeley.
- Assuring that potential enterprise and institutional data systems projects are evaluated against the impact on the University’s mission and strategic goals and objectives.
- Insuring that campus stakeholder needs are included in the processes of evaluating potential new administrative systems and institutional data repositories, setting priorities and making recommendations about investment.
- Directing the development of cost/benefit analyses and project plans and budgets as needed to facilitate evaluation and decision-making through the IT governance model.
- Creating a shared understanding between functional owners and IT service providers regarding the one-time (project) and ongoing (system lifecycle) resource implications for University resources of new enterprise systems investment.
- Evaluating impacts of proposed enterprise and institutional data systems retirements.
- Assessing needs and recommending support for the development of key systems interface development.
- [potential] Providing high-level oversight of enterprise and data systems projects.