The IT Architecture and Infrastructure Committee (ITAIC) provides input on foundational IT services such as the data and voice network, email, calendar and productivity tools, as well as IT infrastructure services provided at scale, such as database, data center colocation, servers, storage and backup, and more.
- The scope of ITAIC review and recommendation is campus wide core technology systems and services.
- The ITAIC has an advisory role to the CIO and the Academic Senate CIT committee.
ITAIC membership is designed to be representative of campus IT leadership.
ITAIC Committee Members (By role, voting member in bold)
Committee Chair (UC Berkeley CTO)
TBD - selection by nomination & committee vote
|Information Security (CISO)
|Allison Henry*, Charron Andrus
|Campus Privacy Officer
|College of Engineering (Assistant Dean)
|Faculty Representative (Academic Senate CIT Committee)
|IT Client Services (Director)
|IT Council ( (Principal Chair and co-chair or assigned delegates from ITC)
|Edgar Ortega, Carolyn Knight
|College of Letters & Sciences
|Amy Robinson*, Edgar Ortega
|Library (Associate University Librarian for Digital Initiatives and Information Technology)
|Professional Schools - Haas School of Business (COO)
|Courtney Chandler*, Pierre Chew, Phil Mahoney
|Research, Teaching & Learning (Exec Director)
|Shawna Dark*, Erfan Mojaddam, Ken Lutz, Owen McGrath
|Student Affairs/IT (Associate CIO)
|Anne Marie Richard*, Tuan Nguyen
|Student Tech Council
|Cristóbal Olivares (convener of student attendees and undergraduate & graduate student votes/input)
|University Health Services (Healthcare Technology Director)
Non-Voting / Ex-Officio Members
|bIT Infrastructure Services Director
|bIT Telecom/Network Manager
|bIT Campus Applications & Data Exec Director
|bIT Data / Platform Services Director
|bIT Enterprise Data & Analytics Director
*These members have agreed to be responsible for their votes, and for understanding the content and strategic position of ITAIC decisions, but may employ delegates (listed beside their names) who will be the regular attendees in meetings. This will help the committee keep senior leaders engaged in important IT architecture and infrastructure decisions while accepting the realities of their busy schedules.