FY20 IT Priorities on Hold

The following FY20 IT Priorities have been postponed or have not been funded:

  • Next Generation Wi-Fi - The goal of this project has been to improve the density and capacity of our Wi-Fi network and expand coverage for the campus. Since starting the project in 2017, 3,000+ access points have been added in redesigned spaces and 2,000+ obsolete access points have been replaced, primarily in academic buildings across campus. The project is now on hold as FY21 funding for Wi-Fi improvements were not approved.  
  • Campus IT Governance - Support the new campus IT Governance model by participating in the design, serving on committees as appropriate, and providing guidance and mentorship to staff hired to support the model. (Lead: Office of the CIO)  Deferred
  • Digital Learning Initiative - Integrated Digital Pedagogy, Digital Content, and Digital Learning Analytics in support of innovation and access for teaching and learning by leveraging partnerships. This priority has been integrated into the Instructional Resilience priority for FY21.
  • IT Professional Development - Create a culture of growth and development for OneIT by implementing the IT Professional Development program. (Lead: Office of the CIO) Deferred

  • One IT Diversity and Inclusion - Foster a more diverse and inclusive culture across One IT by defining the program activities, identifying specific deliverables and allocating resources. (Lead: Office of the CIO) Deferred

  • Strengthen IT Enterprise Operations - To better support the campus and reduce risk we will improve our enterprise operating service levels, develop more transparent communications and continue to mature IT service delivery practices and operations through implementation of our IT Service Management (ITSM) program. (DCIO & Enterprise Operations Group) TBD

  • UCSF Strategic Partnership - Support the development of a stronger strategic relationship between UCB and UCSF by enhancing collaboration tools, reducing barriers for joint student and faculty activities, and allowing for seamless participation across both campuses. (UCB and UCSF CIOs) TBD