The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) leads the following teams to provide high-quality, reliable IT services to Notre Dame students, faculty, staff, and other affiliates. To reach the current CIO, Jane Livingston, call 574-631-9700.
Information Security & Compliance serves as the source for IT risk management, provides cyber security incident response, and is a resource for strategic planning to protect University people and resources.
IT Administration provides centralized management of the Office of Information Technologies' budgetary, purchasing and human resources functions. This includes oversight, management, and strategic planning of the OIT's fiscal and human resources.
As part of the Office of the CIO, IT Strategy, Planning & Architecture works with Notre Dame to identify, prioritize and execute initiatives necessary to meet Notre Dame's strategic goals through portfolio and project management, organizational change and communications, enterprise IT architecture, data governance, and service management.
Collaborative Information Technology Services (CITS) provides direct help and guidance on the use of technology services to University faculty, staff, students and affiliates around the world. Starting with the Help Desk, and supported by teams of embedded IT technicians, solution consultants, application experts, and endpoint device experts, CITS seeks to empower our partners across the University through the effective use of technology.
Enterprise Application Services works with our partners throughout campus to deliver enterprise-wide application solutions and platforms, including Banner Student, HR, and Finance, data analytics, constituent relationship management, event management, enterprise content management, and IT and employee service management.
Notre Dame Studios and Teaching & Learning Technologies provide support for learning technologies, multimedia production and audiovisual technologies.
University Enabling Technology Services collaborates with our OIT colleagues and University partners to deliver the underlying computing, storage, database, integration, identity, and application services that support the academic, research and business needs of Notre Dame.
University Network & Telephony Services plans, designs, deploys, and maintains the infrastructure to support the network and telephony services used by the University. This includes the physical cabling, fiber, wired network connectivity, Wi-Fi, cellular, and VoIPand Centrex telephones.