Director of Campus Administrative Systems Committee File, 1997-2002
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Brief Description: Committee File of Mark Netter, Director of Campus Administrative Systems (1997-2000 and Interim Assistant Chief Information Officer, 1999-2002) contains correspondence, reports, budget estimates and cost projections, vendor proposals and reports, meeting agenda and minutes, and workplans concerning the planning and implementation of large-scale administrative information systems for the Urbana-Champaign campus and the campus implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system (UI Integrate).  Correspondents include Mark Askern, Pat Askew, Charles Colbert, Richard Herman, and Richard Mendola.  Committees include:  Administrative Information Systems and Services (AISS) and Administrative Information Technology Services (AITS) Advisory Committee, Coordinating Committee on Campus Technology, Human Resources and Administration Management Team, Special Campus Committee on Information Technology, Strategic Management Team, and Systems Strategy Assessment Team.  Topics include: Y2K readiness planning and implementation of the 1998 Support Services Strategy (S3) for university business and administrative processes relating to business, personnel, student services, and administrative operations.
Held at:
University of Illinois Archives
19 Library
1408 W. Gregory Dr.
Urbana, IL 61820
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Fax: (217) 333-2868
Email: illiarch [at] illinois.edu
Record Series Number: 24/10/10
Created by: Administrative Information Technology Services Office
Volume: 2.0 cubic feet
Acquired: 5/6/2005
More information is available at https://files.archon.library.illinois.edu/uasfa/2410010.pdf
Arrangement: alphabetical and chronological thereunder
Biographical Note for Administrative Information Technology Services Office :

A central organization to deal with the computerized data processing need of the University of Illinois has been in existence since July 1, 1968. When the Statistical Service Unit was renamed the Office of Administrative Data Processing, the office was divided into a University office, and campus offices for Urbana-Champaign, Chicago Circle and Medical Center. The University Office was concerned with university-wide policies and procedures relative to methodology in information processing, development of program statements for university-wide data processing systems, and standards and procedures for the utilization of data processing services. Each campus office was responsible for campus-level and was responsible to the director of the university office. The University Office reported to the Vice-President for Administration.1In 1976, the Office of Administrative Data Processing was renamed to the Office of Administrative Information Systems and Services.2 On August 21, 1985 the administrative computing units of each campus were combined with the university administrative units. The office was divided into five primary areas of responsibility: System Development, Information Management Services, Administrative Computing Network, Telecommunications, and Office Systems. The organization reported to the Vice-President for Business and Finance.3 By 1988 the organization had again reorganized so that there were four major areas of responsibility: Systems Development, Telecommunications, Information Management Services, and Administrative Computer Center.4

1. Board of Trustees Transactions, 55th Report, July 24, 1968, pp. 11-12.

2. Student/Staff Directory, 1976-77.

3. Aniello, Anthony J., "New AISS Organization Structure Announced", The Integrated Circuit. Nov/De c 1985, pp. 1-2.

4. University of Illinois, AISS Directory, 1988.

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Subject Index
Automated Systems
Business Organization
Financial Management
Personnel Policies
Registration
Student Services
Genres/Forms of Material
Papers
Languages of Materials
English [eng]