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Board of Regents Policy 11.208 Board of Regents Policy 11.208



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Information and Communication Technologies

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Regents Policy Chapter 11, Miscellaneous
Regents Policy RP 11.208, Information and Communication Technologies
Effective Date: 
Prior Dates Amended: Oct. 31, 2014 (recodified)
Review Date:  August 2019

I. Purpose

To set forth policy regarding information and communication technologies.

II. Definitions

No policy specific or unique definitions apply.

III. Board of Regents Policy

    A. The University of Hawai‘i is a knowledge-based enterprise that makes extensive and increasing use of information and communication technologies in support of its activities in instruction, research, service, economic development and administration. These information and communication technologies include but are not limited to networks, computing systems and databases, through which a wide range of services are enabled to support the mission of the university.

    B. The university is committed to fostering maximum openness, accessibility and adherence to ethical principles of conduct in its digital environment without compromising the safety and security of its users or the data with which the institution is entrusted. The university is also committed to a cost-effective and sustainable technology environment that provides for institutional compliance with applicable local, state and federal and statutes.

    C. The president shall direct the management and administration of all aspects of the university’s information and communication technology environment and services and shall promulgate policies and procedures regarding the use of information and communication technologies throughout the institution. At a minimum, such policies shall outline the responsibilities of users and managers of technology systems and services and shall provide for the protection of sensitive and personal information in the stewardship of the university.

    D. The president shall have the authority to take such actions as may be necessary to protect and ensure the availability of information and technology resources, including but not limited to suspending individual access to systems and networks, disconnecting systems from university networks, and taking disciplinary action in accord with applicable policies, procedures and collective bargaining agreements.

IV. Delegation of Authority

The president shall direct the management and administration of all aspects of the university’s information and communication technology environment and services. See RP 11.208(C) and (D).

V. Contact Information

Office of the Board of Regents, 956-8213, bor@hawaii.edu

VI. References


VII. Exhibits and Appendices

No Exhibits and Appendices found

Approved

    approved as to Form:    
    Cynthia Quinn    
    October 31, 2014    
    Date    
    Executive Administrator and Secretary of the Board of Regents

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