The OneIT Initiative

Establishing better IT services through shared expertise, intentional partnerships, unified strategy, leveraging innovative solutions to provide the best educational experience at the University of Nebraska efficient, effective, proactive, and progressive. Learn more about the OneIT Initiative.

Strategic Alignment.
Unified Vision.

Information Technology Services is undergoing transformation through the OneIT Initiative to unify into one division to re-imagine the University of Nebraska.

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Information technology touches every part of the four University of Nebraska campuses. Its rapid growth challenges us to strategically leverage our resources to efficiently provide the best services we can. To that end, collaboration is vital.The four campuses at University of Nebraska, University of Nebraska Kearney (UNK), University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) and University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO), have unified system-wide Information Technology Services. In March 2017, the OneIT Initiative kicked off a new way of organizing information technology resources across all parts of the university system and that work continues to evolve.

About the OneIT Initiative

Four of the five centralized Information Technology Services groups—teams from UNK, UNL and UNO, plus the NU ITS Enterprise Systems team— will align to a single, unified IT operation serving our campuses in a more cohesive and collaborative manner.

The University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) is currently integrating with Nebraska Medicine, and will work very closely as part of the OneIT Initiative on procurement and standardized technologies.

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Leadership

Campus chief information officers at UNO (Bret Blackman) and UNK (Deb Schroeder) and their teams report to Mark Askren, Vice President for Information Technology for the University of Nebraska system and is also the UNL Chief Information Officer. Both UNO and UNK CIOs will also maintain current campus reporting relationships through a dotted line model.

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