UW–Madison’s Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is the principal locus of the university’s IT operations.
DoIT’s approximately 550 staff provide IT services & support to more than 25,000 faculty and staff, and to nearly 50,000 students.
Here you can find information about DoIT’s focus areas, departments and people as well as some notable initiatives and interesting numbers in the world of DoIT.
DoIT is organized into 4 areas of focus: university mission, core services, enterprise and information security services, and business services. Click below to see details on the departments and leaders in each area.
Enterprise & information security services
2 departments provide services that support the enterprise business systems and cybersecurity operations of the division.
Notable DoIT Initiatives
IT project portfolio
This collection of DoIT internal and university collaborative projects charts a new course for information technology at UW–Madison.
Women in IT
UW Women in IT (WIT) develops strategies to improve the recruitment, retention and advancement of women working in IT on campus.
IT governance gives formal structure and process to IT decision-making about priorities, policies, budgets and effectiveness.
Latest DoIT news & posts
List of articles
At UW, we have a legal and ethical obligation to provide equal access to university resources for all. One way we can do this is by ensuring our digital resources are accessible. Accessibility is everyone's responsibility: Learn about the latest efforts in our shared journey.
Copilot is Microsoft’s generative artificial intelligence platform, now available to UW–Madison faculty and staff. As you explore generative AI in teaching, drop into this series of informal Friday gatherings.
You won't notice a change when you log in, but what will change and improve is the NetID service's resilience against network outages and other disruptions.
In early 2024, UW–Madison updated the Duo multi-factor authentication service. You may notice the Duo security prompt looks a bit different.
UW–Madison approved the new Digital Accessibility Policyto replace the existing Web Accessibility Policy that was established in 2001. The new policy goes into effect on July 1, 2023. This roadmap tracks the implementation of the new policy over the life of the project.