Effective Friday, February 7, 2020, the offices of Institutional Analysis, Information Technology Services, and Department of Public Safety will be responsible for the functions currently being performed in the Administrative Information Management Services (AIMS) Department. There are many benefits to this consolidation of services including but not limited to:
- End-user clarity on who to contact should a particular need or request arise
- Clear guidance and agreement on the data reporting methodology for information such as enrollment statistics, financial aid, full-time employees (FTE), compensation, tuition and fee, and expenditures
- A consistent central data set that allows for adaptability to internal needs while being consistent with federal methodology
- Reduction of duplication of effort
Functions provided by AIMS will now be managed by the following:
- WebFocus, data warehousing and file exports for system uploads, will be managed by Institutional Analysis (IA).
- Imagenow, Titanium, Four Winds and data file export uploading will be managed by Information Technology Services (ITS).
- Onity and Lobby Guard will be managed by the Department of Public Safety (DPS).
Kristi Hottenstein, Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management
Keith Moreland, Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Mike Hague, Vice Chancellor for Business & Finance