The Office of the CIO is actively engaged in bringing the IT resources of this campus together to achieve service excellence. This is a massive effort that starts with identifying, as a campus, what our priorities are. The current Enterprise IT Decision Making process is an attempt to do just that.
Together with the help of our Advisory Groups, the CIO Office is working to define these shared priorities, align resources to support them, foster a culture of both collaboration and communication within the IT community, and deliver IT services that help us deliver on the Wisconsin Idea.
To learn about other timely campus IT initiatives, visit the Campus Projects page.
To see the structure of the Office of the CIO and the Division of Information Technology (DoIT), see this DoIT Organization Chart.
Bruce Maas is the CIO and Vice Provost for Information Technology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has served the University of Wisconsin System in a variety of roles over a career of more than 30 years, including Budget Manager, Assistant Dean for Business Affairs, PeopleSoft Project Manager, Deputy CIO, Service Center Transition Coordinator, and CIO at two UW institutions.
In November 2012, Bruce was appointed to a four-year term on the Board of Directors of EDUCAUSE, a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education through the use of information technology. Prior to his appointment, Bruce served as Director of the EDUCAUSE Leadership Institute, a faculty member of the institute, and as chair of the Midwest EDUCAUSE conference.
Bruce believes strongly in the importance of organized employee development. He is a strong advocate for central and distributed IT collaborations and partnerships. Bruce is focused on the core mission of higher education, and believes it is a privilege to serve that mission.
UW-Madison names chief information officer (June 8, 2011)