The ITGC oversees the following committees:
- Administrative Systems Steering Committee (ASSC)
This group works collaboratively to enable the Institute vision of streamlined and user-centric campus-wide digital business systems and processes working seamlessly with in-person experiences to support MIT's mission. Co-chaired by Doreen Morris, Assistant Provost, and Robin Elices, Executive Director, Office of the Executive Vice President and Treasurer.
- Committee on Research Computing
This group's charge is to advise the VP for Research and the IT Governance Committee on priorities and opportunities in research computing at MIT. Co-chaired by Bob Redwine, Professor, Department of Physics and Director of Bates Linear Accelerator and Greg Rutledge, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering.
- Information Technology Policy Committee
The Information Technology Policy Committee serves as a consultative body for the Information Technology Governance Committee on IT policy and issues pertaining to the use of IT in teaching and learning, research, and other professional activities of the faculty and IT community. In addition, it addresses issues of privacy and security of electronic data, with respect to collection, access and retention periods.
Chaired by Robert Redwine, Professor of Physics and Director of Bates Linear Accelerator.
- IS&T Student Technology Advisory Board
This group is composed of students and IS&T staff, and is intended to be the primary method through which IS&T can
solicit feedback from the student community about IS&T's services, both current and planned. Oliver Thomas is the contact point between IS&T
and the Student Technology Advisory Board.
- IT Leaders
This group brings together IT Leaders from across the Institute to share best practices for IT and review and discuss IT plans for the Institute. Chaired by John Charles, VP for IS&T.
- Student Systems Steering Committee (SSSC)
This group focuses on collaboratively and proactively ensuring that the vision of education systems worthy of MIT are achieved. Co-chaired by the Dean for Undergraduate Education, Dennis Freeman and the Dean for Graduate Education, Christine Ortiz.