CIO Council

The University of California CIO Council is an organization of chief information officers (CIOs) and other senior information technology (IT) leaders from the UC campuses, Office of the President, medical centers, and UC managed national laboratories. The CIO Council works in partnership with the UC leadership to articulate goals, strategies, and priorities for investment in and deployment of technology-based solutions that support the University's missions of teaching, research, public service, and patient care. While respecting the essential independence of UC institutions, the CIO Council seeks opportunities to address common IT challenges and to advance the collective IT priorities of its constituent organizations.


CIOs from the campuses, medical centers, LBNL, ANR, and Hastings

Working Groups

Systemwide groups that help inform IT planning and operations


CIO Council charter, mission, and governance

UC Tech Awards

Annual awards program recognizing projects and individuals

UC Tech Academy: IT Leadership Program

Professional development for IT staff

IT Project Reporting and Guidelines

Required Regental reporting for IT projects costing $5 million or more.

Reports and Resources

Annual report and other ITLC resources on SharePoint