The Board’s IT Committee provides a forum through which divisional priorities for divisional and central IT support are communicated to relevant central bodies and provide a mechanism to disseminate emerging IT policies and services of the University across the Division.
Chair: Lesa Levett
Secretary: Carolyn McKee
Phil Biggin (Biochemistry)
Alan Young (CTSU)
Brian Marsden (CMD/Kennedy Institute)
Shankar Srinivas (DPAG)
Duncan Mortimer (NDCN/WIN)
Sean Nightingale (DPAG)
Ayman Wahab (NDPH)
John Ireland (CIO Nominee)
Bron Marguerie de Rotrou/Ed Gibbs (NDM DFOs)
Antonella Delmestri (NDORMS)
Future meeting Dates
9 March 2023
8 June 2023
9 November 2023
TermS of reference
The committee’s specific terms of reference were agreed by the Medical Sciences Board to be as follows:
- The Committee shall be responsible, under the Medical Sciences Board, for divisional strategy in relation to the structure, development and delivery of ICT services to and within the Division
- The Committee will receive advice regarding the structure, delivery and development of ICT services provided centrally by the University and their likely impact on service delivery within the Division
- The Committee will advise the Board of changes of policy or practice needed at a divisional or central university level to safeguard the efficient delivery of services to the Division
- The Committee will advise Council’s Information Technology Committee and the Medical Sciences Board of divisional needs in relation to ICT services
- The Committee shall be responsible, under the Medical Sciences Board, for considering questions of value for money in relation to IT services provided to the Division
- The Committee shall receive, and respond as necessary to, regular reports from the MSD IT Services Management Committee and the Divisional Web Integration Manager.
- The Committee shall report, as appropriate, to the Medical Sciences Board
It was agreed that the Committee shall normally meet at least once a term.
To view the current and past agenda/papers, please contact Yasmin Suleman or Carolyn McKee.