Reporter 451, 8 May 2000
A major restructuring of the Universityís Information Systems Services (ISS) has been implemented to help the whole institution meet its strategic objectives in all areas.
"The reforms are aimed at making ISS more visible and customer-focused, delivering value-for-money results within deadline", said ISS change director Colin Coghill.
"Itís early days yet, but we have every confidence that the plan will soon begin to make itself felt in improved services across the board."
The restructured service has been designed not only to enhance support for teaching, learning and research but also to support technology-transfer and entrepreneurial activities.
Details of the new structure are given on an ISS flyer enclosed with the printed version of the Reporter or available to download here here (also available from HelpDesk, ext 5666, firstname.lastname@example.org).
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