Strategic Direction

Rooted in the Institute values of Student Success, Well-Being, and Excellence, our strategic plan aligns IT efforts around a shared mission and vision. This shared mission and vision reflect the strategic goals of the Institute and address the needs of Georgia Tech students, faculty, researchers, and staff.

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Mission


The Office of Information Technology collaborates with students, faculty, researchers, and staff across the Institute as a trusted partner and service provider to global constituents – delivering human-centric technologies that are reliable, secure, and scalable, and enable the Institute to further its core mission of advancing technology and improving the human condition.

Vision


Over the next five years, the Office of Information Technology will position itself as a trusted provider of enterprise digital services and technology solutions that empower students, faculty, researchers, and staff to address global challenges through science, technology, and nontraditional areas of research.

Our mission speaks to who we are.

Using the Institute values as our foundation, we strive to meet the needs of our students, faculty, researchers, and staff. Our vision sets the direction for us.

Strategic Themes

The following Institute Strategic Focus Areas will guide our priorities.


Amplify Impact

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Champion Innovation

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Expand Access

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Lead by Example

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Strategic Planning Process

The strategic plan is the culmination of a six-month process, which included the collaboration and exemplary work of a strategic planning steering committee - comprised of leaders and representatives throughout the Office of Information Technology, along with representation from college IT directors, faculty and staff members, and student leaders.