All projects for Information Technology are formally requested using an online proposal form and reviewed by the IT Tech/Op Leadership. Contact the IT Project & Process Management Office at email@example.com if you need assistance completing the IT project proposal form. Please create your initial proposal using this downloadable form.
Should your project be submitted to EARP or directly to IT?
Project proposals with potential for campus-wide use, or which require more than 80 hours of effort, are submitted to the Enterprise Application Planning (EARP) Board. The EARP Frequently Asked Questions page explains their process in detail.
All other proposals for IT projects are submitted directly to IT using the IT online project proposal form.
What can you expect?
EARP meets on the second and fourth Friday of each month. Submitted proposals are reviwed at the fist EARP meeting following submission. Questions can be directed to the Office of the CIO at 864-4999 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proposals submitted directly to IT are reviewed by the IT Tech/Op Leadership to determine their technical and financial feasibility. Someone will contact you within two weeks concerning the status of your proposal.