The Information Technology Priorities Committee (ITPC) process provides a common approach to solicit, review, prioritize and execute administrative information technology projects involving University Administration (UA) information technology resources.

The ITPC process monitors administrative IT initiatives from project inception through the end of a project’s life cycle.  The process authorizes both labor and financial resources for selected projects. ITPC covers administrative technology projects that: involve resources from a University Administration unit, involve campus based units that plan to offer an administrative system for the entire campus, interface with an enterprise system or, seek funding from the central pool of administrative information technology dollars allocated by the Academic Affairs Planning Council.

Project proposal templates

Updated as of 7/1/2016

Please use these templates for all new ITPC Project Proposals:

  • Level 1 proposal, for projects with total budgets between $20,000 and $100,000 or involving between 250 and 850 hours of effort.
  • Level 2 proposal, for projects with total budgets between $100,000 and $250,000 or involving 850 to 5,000 hours of effort.
  • Level 3 proposal, for projects with total budgets greater than $250,000 or involving greater than 5,000 hours of effort.
  • Mandatory project proposal, for regulatory, maintenance, and mandated projects of all levels.

Project request information

Submit a Project: Description of project sizes and the appropriate request type and proposal for each.

Committee Review Schedule: Current schedule and deadlines for proposals for ITPC and its subcommittees.


Each quarter, we produce a newsletter (ITPC Info) that provides the results of the most recent ITPC Review, a summary of our resource forecast and financials, and other project and committee highlights.

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Project Status Interactive Dashboard

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Other dashboards and reports are available at Reports & Newsletters