Leadership & Organizational Structure

The Office of the Chief Information Officer

Office_of_the_Chief_Information_Officer_2linehrz_pos(CMYK)_SMThe Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) exists to provide a strategic vision of information technology that advances the Washington University mission, supports operations, serves the needs of all communities across the university and enables the university to continue to excel in its increasingly competitive landscape. Guided by a set of values and guiding principles, the OCIO works collaboratively with academic, clinical, research and administrative leaders across the institution to develop a strategy that will better leverage our IT investment. The OCIO leads the planning, development, support and measurement of all IT services and initiatives. The OCIO also provides information security, enterprise IT architecture services and portfolio and project management services for IT projects.

The OCIO is led by Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer John Gohsman.

Visit the OCIO website.

Leadership

Ed Welker portrait

Executive Director – Shared Infrastructure

Jennifer Stedelin portrait

Assistant Vice Chancellor, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Senior Director – IT Administration

Jill Mantia portrait

Executive Director – User Services

scott taylor portrait

Assistant Vice Chancellor – Enterprise Applications

Director – Shared IT Services Program

WashU IT Departments

UserServices_iconUser Services

User Services manages desktop technologies and operations, the help desk and service management. The department provides trusted, reliable and high quality user support with a focus on simplifying the user environment and making systems easier to use while offering more robust, scalable and secure services.

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IntInfrastructure_iconShared Infrastructure

Shared Infrastructure engineers and supports enterprise-class solutions to provide a reliable, secure and efficient infrastructure framework for the shared services environment, in support of the University’s academic, research and patient care missions.

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EntApps_iconEnterprise Applications

Enterprise Applications provides reliable and secure information technology services that enable process automation; the capture, protection and reporting of critical data; delivery and support of enterprise applications; and shared computing environments in support of the teaching, research and patient care missions of Washington University.

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DeptApps_iconDepartmental Applications

Departmental Applications provides high quality, reliable technology solutions that facilitate the user’s growing needs as determined by current trends and business goals while supporting the missions of the University and the School of Medicine.

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HR Admin 2IT Administration

IT Administration provides oversight and leadership for financial planning. The department manages WashU IT’s programs and activities including capital funds, operational funds and service costing; organizational and human resources planning, strategy, development and operations; and facilities planning and management.

See organization charts here.