IT projects and strategic initiatives are high-impact and cover a wide range of scope and reach. Projects and initiatives are undertaken in support of furthering the university mission of teaching, research and outreach. Projects and initiatives are centered in both the Division of Information Technology and distributed university IT departments.
Project websites & pages
The Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) is on a mission to rebuild finance, human resources, and research administration systems and services at every institution within the University of Wisconsin System. The goal is to reduce the complexity of the current administrative environment and refocus valuable staff time on UW’s mission of education, research, and outreach.
The Next Gen² Network Program will provide a modern, reliable, secure, and scalable network infrastructure for UW-Madison that supports university needs and delivers a seamless user experience across campus.
The two-phased Teaching & Learning Software & Application Budget Landscape project will assess costs and improve decision making around the software and applications students are required to use for coursework.
The UW–Madison ERP Ancillary Systems Program is currently being developed in partnership with ATP and other university stakeholders to review the more than 500 systems that currently interact with financial or HR data from PeopleSoft and ensure that, when the switch is made to Workday, their work continues, uninterrupted.
This page provides details about UW-Madison's approach to compliance with the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule.
In spring 2021, Administrative Information Management Services (AIMS) joined the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) as a unit reporting to deputy CIO Dave Pagenkopf. As we approach one year as a combined organization, it is time to meld our organizations. We envision a unified organization, blending the best of both organizations. At the same time, we will continue to provide an effortless customer experience for our university partners who currently work with both AIMS and DoIT.
The Globus Data Transfer Project is focused on developing Globus endpoints on the UW-Madison network that can function as high-speed data transfer nodes between departmental endpoints and campus storage systems like ResearchDrive; or 3rd party storage systems like Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform; or 3rd party collaborators at other universities and institutions.