|Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs||Student Administration|
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Vice President for Research
|E. Royster Harper
Vice President for Student Affairs
|Thomas A. Baird
Vice President for Development
|Kallie Bila Michels
Interim Vice President for Global Communications and Strategic Initiatives
Vice President for IT and Chief Information Officer
The Administrative Domain Advisory Committee's purpose is to convene stewards from across the university to:
- Provide guidance, oversight, and strategic thinking on information technology investments that support U-M administrative functions;
- Help prioritize new investments and define approaches to optimize the use of existing administrative IT assets in support of the University's vision, mission and strategic imperatives.
The ADAC meets the second Tuesday of every month.
The committee seeks to improve the alignment between the administrative application portfolio and the current and future strategic needs of the University. Specifically, the committee will:
- Provide a forum for discussions of issues concerning administrative systems domain that have consequences for the broader University community
- Review and advise on an integrated administrative application portfolio and investment strategy for the administrative system domain
- Approve and monitor applications strategy and its alignment to University strategy
- Prioritize investments (projects, resource allocation) in administrative applications and infrastructure
- Communicate strategy, project priorities, and capital funding requests to the IT Council as appropriate
- Communicate about and support administrative applications strategies within their home organization and help communicate throughout the University
- Provide feedback on issues and concerns from within their domain or home organization
This committee is not limited to those assets purchased and/or managed by ITS. Assets in scope include those currently supported by:
- Information and Technology Services (ITS)
- Central Offices
- External Providers
- Individual Schools and other Units
Assets include not only physical assets, but also the applications, services, tools, business processes, data resources, methods, competencies, strategic vendor relationships and strategies for using physical assets effectively.
Domain stewards are senior administrators who represent university constituents with vested interests in each specific administrative area. Click on a domain for information on advisory groups and committees that provide input to stewards.
Administrative Director, Office of the Associate Vice President for Facilities and Operations
Manager of Finance Business Applications
|Finance and Procurement|
Associate Vice Provost and University Registrar
|James Holloway, IT Council Rep
Vice Provost for Global and Engaged Education, Professor of Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences
Associate Vice President for Research-Sponsored Projects
Sr. Director of Development Services
Director of Digital Media at Michigan Creative
Associate Vice President for Human Resources
The committee chairperson is appointed by the U-M Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer and serves as chair for two years.
In addition to the members above, the committee includes several at-large members from the Provost's Office and two to three school/colleges that complement the committee's span as defined by the various sub-domains. At-large representatives are invited by the Chair and serve a two-year term.
Executive Director, School of Medicine
Executive Director, Enterprise Application Services
|Information and Technology Services|
Chief Administrative Officer, Gerald Ford School of Public Policy
Executive Director of Resource Planning and Management, College of Engineering
Assistant VP for Academic and Budgetary Affairs
Director, Budget, Finance and Information Services, LSA
Executive Director, Shared Services Center