Various groups provide information sharing and collaboration opportunities in the U-M administrative data community. This interaction is an essential link between system users and unit administrators, central office staff, and ITS staff. The following groups that collaborate with or advise ITS are described below:
Business Intelligence Community of Experts (BICE) is joining individuals from across campus who work together to foster ideas and build solutions for enterprise BI. All are welcome to BICE events, which offer a place to network, find resources, and develop skills.
HRMS Process Improvement Advisory Group provides input and advice to the Associate Vice President for Administrative Information Services, the Associate Vice President for Human Resources and the Associate Vice President for Finance on matters related to human resource, payroll and time & labor administrative processes, information systems and services.
ITS Unit Liaison Program consists of members of the U-M administrative computing community who are appointed by their department. It provides a communications link between the U-M academic and administrative departments they represent; the central office data stewards; and ITS staff who develop, maintain, and support the M-Pathways systems.
SA Advisory Groups ensure that the strategic and tactical plans of ITS Student Administration align with U-M's mission, goals, and administrative needs.