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Information Technology

Savings have been identified across all campuses ranging, once fully implemented, from $50,000 annually to over $5 million annually.

Opportunities are being pursued in six individual areas:

  • Server Centralization
  • Reorganize and Redefine IT staff and organization
  • Increase Usage of Multi-Function Devices (MFDs) for desktop printing
  • Implement a Single Identity Management System across all campuses
  • Network Optimization
  • Leverage Software Purchasing
  • The unifying element of each opportunity is coordination across all campuses.

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