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IT Committees

The IT staff members of California Maritime Academy participate in a number of committees on campus and in the California State University. The IT Department also holds memberships in various external organizations.

Information Technology-related Committees at Cal Maritime

Memberships

IT Committees of the California State University

Twenty-three universities comprise the California State University (CSU). The CSU is one of the largest educational systems in the United States--and possibly the world. There are numerous alliances and consortiums within the CSU in which Cal Maritime participates including ITAC, CABO, etc.). Many of the initiatives undertaken by these alliances are recognized by universities and major vendors throughout the country.

Cal Maritime's IT Department is a participating member of a number of CSU IT-related system-wide collaborative committees that meet on a semi-monthly basis including:

    • Information Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC). ITAC membership is made up of the twenty-three CIOs in the CSU system and key individuals from the Chancellor's Office.
    • Information Security Officers (ISO). The ISO membership is comprised of the twenty-three ISOs in The CSU and the ISO at the Chancellor's Office. The home page for the ISO group is on a non-public site.
    • Network & Technology Alliance (NTA) provides technical expertise and input in support of TIS staff activities and the activities of the Information Technology Advisory Council (ITAC), which is comprised of campus Chief Information Officers.
    • Directors of Academic Technology (DAT). The Directors of Academic Technology (DAT) represent the administrative staff at CSU campuses responsible for the integration of information technology into the learning and teaching environment.
    • Community of Academic Technology Staff (CATS).  The Community of Academic Technology Staff (CATS) is collaborative community of practice and interest. Its primary goal is to provide professional development opportunities for the academic technologists at the 23 California State University campuses, to increase their knowledge, productivity, and professional effectiveness in service of their campus'sacademic mission and the CSU's educational technology goals.
    • Student Administration Users Group (SAUG). CSU Common Management System advisory group which meets bi-monthly to discuss Peoplesoft-related student administration issues.
    • Campus Directors (formerly Project Directors). CSU Common Management System advisory group which meets bi-monthly to discuss Peoplesoft roadmaps, projects and initiatives.
    • Technical Users Group (TUG). CSU Common Management System advisory group which meets bi-monthly to discuss Peoplesoft-related technical issues.
    • HR User Group (HUG). CSU Common Management System advisory group which meets bi-monthly to discuss Peoplesoft-related HR issues.
    • Financial User Group (FUG). CSU Common Management System advisory group which meets bi-monthly to discuss Peoplesoft-related Financial issues.
    • Module User Groups (MUG). CSU Common Management System advisory group which meets bi-monthly to discuss Peoplesoft modules and issues.