Title: The IT Project Intake Process – Enabling Collaboration Across Campus
This session will with start with a brief overview of the process that was rolled out last October and share statistics to show how the process is working.
We will also go into more detail about what actually happens when a project is submitted and what interesting things have been learned by having projects reviewed by others.
We will describe some of the projects that have been successes, how we were able to match up people with software and vice versa and how it helped with creating some broader discussions of solutions.
Steve Devoti is an Enterprise Architect at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has lead or provided architecture expertise to numerous UW-Madison and UW System projects, most recently IT governance. He has participated in a number of national initiatives serving on and chairing various BTAA and InCommon committees and working groups.
Steve came to the UW-Madison in 2005 from the CUNA Mutual Group where he managed the IT architecture and IT strategic planning processes and later the Identity Management area. Steve has a B.S. in Accountancy from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a B.S. in Business Information Systems from Montana Tech and a M.S. in Computer Information Systems from Missouri State University.