The MSJC Information Technology Tactical Plan for 2011-2012 will serve as the roadmap for resource allocation for the Information Technology Department during the 2011-2012 academic year. Utilizing MSJC’s integrated planning model, this Tactical Plan draws inputs from MSJC’s 2011-2014 Strategic Plan, MSJC’s 2011-2016 Technology Master Plan, and Information Technology’s Program Review in order to determine district priorities and allocate resources for the MSJC Information Technology department. Additionally, in the 2011-2012 Information Technology Tactical Plan, considerations are made for the staff, financial, and system resources required for the sustainability of currently supported systems and processes. The 2011-2012 Information Technology Tactical Plan is an aggressive one year plan that shall be challenging to implement. Staff, financial, and physical resources will be allocated toward identified initiatives based on prioritization, availability of implementation resources, and availability of sustainability resources. The sixty-one (61) projects contained within the 2011-2012 Information Technology Tactical Plan does estimate an over-allocation of approximately 1,400 staff hours towards project implementation. Information Technology will seek to implement internal and external initiatives in order streamline processes and eliminate redundant staff processing in order to mitigate a portion of this over-allocation.
Associate Dean, Information Technology