The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) provides technology services to UW‑Madison and a more limited set of services to UW System and other units of state government.
DoIT delivers desktop, server, and mainframe computing services and supports networks, telecommunications, Internet connectivity, administrative and academic systems, security, instructional technology, and other functions.
DoIT serves the campus community of 2,053 faculty, 16,321 staff, and more than 41,000 students. Nearly 900 permanent, limited-term and student staff work at DoIT. Our annual budget is approximately $100 million, and about 75 percent of DoIT’s revenue comes from direct charges to customers.
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We’re hiring! For a list of current openings in the Office of the CIO and Division of Information Technology, visit our jobs page. Or, browse a complete listing of Information Technology positions at the University of Wisconsin‑Madison.
Mission, vision, history
The main mission of DoIT is to support the primary institutional missions of teaching, research and service with innovative and creative IT services. Read more
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DoIT is working on a capacity planning and project reporting process to be published by July. The project list will be published once this process is complete, and the projects in-progress can be displayed in a meaningful format.