Information Services and Technology (IST) , is an administrative unit reporting to the Vice-President (Administration), which provides computing and communications resources and expertise to support our clients in their teaching, learning, research, administrative and community service endeavors by providing information technology infrastructure and services and by providing leadership and expertise in information technology solutions and services thereby contributing to the creation, preservation and communication of knowledge in the community.
The unit is managed by a CIO and has an annual budget of 21 million dollars with a staff complement of 160 full-time and 50 part-time employees. The department consists of four divisions; Computer & Network Services, Enterprise Systems, Client Services, and a Central Business Administration area which is responsible for human resource management, budget control, purchasing and accounting.
Excellence at the University of Manitoba in scholarship, research, learning and service to the community will be supported and nurtured by the use of information technology.
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