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Chief Information Officers Advisory Council

Executive Committee

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Role of the Executive Committee

The primary role of the Executive Committee is to support the Chief Information Officers Advisory Council (CIO Council) chair and chair-elect in advising the USG Vice Chancellor/CIO. Further, the CIO Council Executive Committee represents the leadership of the committee and may serve as the final decision-making voice of the committee. The Executive Committee is composed of the past Chair, current Chair, Chair-elect, Secretary, Vice Chancellor/CIO (ex officio), and the Chairs of each of the subcommittees. In the event a particular sector of USG institutions (research universities, regional universities, state universities, state colleges, and two-year colleges) is not represented, additional representatives shall be nominated by each unrepresented group for one year of service on the Executive Committee.

Members of the Executive Committee participate in monthly teleconferences for CIO Advisory Council business, and serve as the default IT Governance and Policy committee.

Name Institution CIO Council Role
Robert Orr Georgia College and State University Chair
Steve Burrell Georgia Southern University Chair-Elect
Royce Hackett Georgia Southwestern State University Secretary
John Isenhour Kennesaw State University Past Chair
Howard Woodard Georgia College and State University Committee Chair - Academic Excellence and Degree Completion
Bob Slenker Georgia Southwestern State University Committee Chair - Economic Development and World Class Research
Abraham George Columbus State University Committee Chair - Accountability, Efficiency and Innovation
Gary Miller Fort Valley State University Committee Chair - Security Advisory Group
Steve Burrell Georgia Southern University Committee Chair - Strategic Planning and Staff Development
Robert Howard Armstrong State University Committee Chair - P3 Housing Initiative
Lectra Lawhorne Kennesaw State University Committee Chair - Consolidation