The Identity and Access Management Standing Committee (IAM Committee or IAMC) is charged with overseeing campus IAM technologies and infrastructure as well as IAM-related projects and initiatives. The committee is also charged with championing IAM-related best practices and guidelines for the campus community.
The IAM Committee is a standing committee of, and reports to, the Information Technology Leadership Council (ITLC). The committee also receives input and oversight from the University Executive Compliance Committee and the Information Security Office.
The IAM Committee will work closely with the IAM Program Team to identify common needs across campus for IAM services, maintain a set of guiding technology principles for central IAM infrastructure, and advise on the evolution and advancement of enterprise IAM services. The committee will participate in technology and tool selection, project and sustainment activity prioritization, and the implementation of best practices, standards, guidelines, procedures and policies for the following:
- Identity Administration, Provisioning, and Analytics
- Group & Role Management
- Authentication (including federated authentication with third-party service providers)
- Directory Services
- Identification Cards and Photographs
- Emerging IAM technologies as requested by IT Governance
Second Monday of every month
1:00-2:00 p.m., FAC 228D
Chair: Ty Lehman
|Name||Position & Organization|
|Mark Barber||Enterprise Business Information and Tech Solutions|
|Cam Beasley||Information Security Office|
|CW Belcher||Academic Information Systems|
|Hatty Bogucki||UT Athletics|
|Hampton Finger||College of Natural Sciences|
|Rich Janes||Technology Resources|
|Ty Lehman||Jackson School of Geosciences|
|Chris Owan||ITS Systems|
|David Pavkovic||Information Quest|
|Dustin Slater||University Libraries|
The primary governance document is the IAM Roadmap.
Other documentation is not currently available while campus-wide IT Governance is being re-formed.
IAM Committee members may access internal documentation and notes on the internal IAM Committee wiki.