University Technology Committees
- The Information Technology Steering Committee (ITSC) guides the development of the University's technology environment to address computing and information technology needs and position the University to maintain and enhance its role as a leader in a wide variety of disciplines and professions affected by technology.
- The Council on Academic Computing was established in December 1999 to advise the Provost on academic computing needs throughout the University. The Council endorses proposals and recommends priorities and policies in the areas of network services, the acquisition of instructional software, and the development of specialized facilities. The Council provides a forum for technical discussions of faculty computer interests via a broadly representative membership that is knowledgeable of computing issues. The Council chair is appointed by the Provost.
- The Senate Computer Usage Committee monitors computing and computer-related activities at the University of Pittsburgh for the University's Senate Council and the Faculty Assembly. The Committee is concerned with both academic computing and administrative information systems issues.