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Schambach, Associate Undersecretary, Office of Information Technology.
In fact, Cornell administrators did just that, says Mitrano: They asked university legal counsel to review the Patriot Act, and outline any relevancy it had to the institution's various departments, such as the Office of Information Technology and the Registrar's office.
McGrath, of East Pennsboro Township, Cumberland County, as director of the agency's Office of Information Technology (OIT).
I want to thank the staff at Maine's Office of Information Technology for their work with InforME to make the recognition possible.
The Xythos implementation is part of a multi-tiered storage and data protection strategy initiated by the university's Office of Information Technology (OIT) intended to provide enhanced campus-wide data security, compliance and disaster recovery capabilities.
To support this forward-looking initiative, ISU's Office of Information Technology decided upon a web-centric solution--one that would also enable it to respond to compliance requirements and address the need for better protecting its institutional content.
With the support of university officials, administrators, and faculty, the Request for Proposals (RFP) process was undertaken by the Office of Information Technology to gain efficiencies in terms of support and resources across campus and to provide a single interface to all students and faculty at Maryland," said Ellen Borkowski, Director of Academic Support with Maryland's Office of Information Technology and project leader for this endeavor.
In partnership with CBP's Office of Information Technology, Unisys would provide systems and infrastructure that deliver information directly to agents and field officers and that enable collaboration with federal, state, local and tribal law enforcement partners.