New Technology Proposals

114 Reed Library
SUNY Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063

Janet Mayer
Project Manager
(716) 673-4828

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The ITS Project Management Office (PMO) offers project planning, guidance and frameworks for SUNY Fredonia to realize best practices, efficiencies and to utilize a cross-division team approach for a wide range of ITS technology initiatives across the campus.

Overview of Applications Proposal Process
Please submit your New Technology Proposal through FredQuest as soon as possible in your planning process. Certain new technologies require a thorough investigation which may include an environment compatibility check, task force review and recommendation, procurement funding, a complete business process review, and endorsement by the ITAB prior to ITS Executive Board approval. Before the new technology is approved for purchasing, the implementation tasks, roles and timelines are identified and assigned as part of this process. Completion of these phases and approvals can at times take weeks or months to complete depending upon the project scope. However, with this work accomplished prior to approval, the project is well on its way to being introduced to the SUNY Fredonia technology environment.
  1. Requestor submits a FredQuest ticket with the following categorization: Faculty/Staff┬╗ITS Consultation┬╗New Technology Proposal
  2. Requestor will be asked to work with a Project Manager to complete the review.
  3. ITS, the Director of University Services, and ITAB review the proposal. ITS conducts an environment compatibility check. University Services conducts a licensing agreement review and may conduct a Request for Proposal (RFP) in compliance with State purchasing requirements. ITAB gathers feedback from campus stakeholders. More information may be requested or a task force may be recommended depending upon scope of project or campus use.
  4. ITAB endorsed proposals are reviewed by the ITS Executive Board for task force creation and/or final approval or rejection.
  5. Decisions may be appealed to ITAB.

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