Information Technology Services provides services and infrastructure to support and enhance teaching, learning, research and administration.
Information Technology Services (ITS) is transforming current IT business practice at ANU from one which is characterised by a legacy of disparate and organically developed architectures and processes, to a scaled, collaborative model that enables organisational efficiencies and consistent service delivery.
To deliver this change, ITS has developed a number of strategies, plans and objectives including the Operational Plan and ITS sub-Reconciliation Action Plan.
ITS governance processes include a number of policies and audits that assist in the management of IT security and the use of the University's Information Infrastructure and Services (IIS) including risk; business continuity; data protection and security; infrastructure security, and the procurement and disposal of data and equipment.
Several committees and regular forums, some internal to ITS and others University-wide, have been put in place by ITS to discuss and implement strategic and operational plans.
ANU IT staff are encouraged to use the preferred Information Technology (IT) associations as regular resources for their professional development.