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Mission Statement

The Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer holds the senior campus leadership position responsible for developing an institutional focus on information technologies that advance the mission and strategic goals of UC Santa Barbara. The Chief Information Officer provides oversight for all IT activities that contribute to planning, creating, and implementing a campus-wide IT vision, and for integrating them into UCSB's strategic plan.

Responsible for the design, development, release, and maintenance of enterprise technology systems and enterprise services, the CIO accomplishes these goals by collaborating and coordinating with IT units and organizations on campus; working and consulting with IT governance structures, executive and academic leaders as well as with faculty, staff and students; driving innovation and differentiated IT strategy; and improving the business services associated with IT.

The Chief Information Officer represents the campus externally and works with University of California systemwide IT, financial, and business offices to coordinate local implementations with UC-wide enterprise systems.

Recent Memos to the Campus

October 3, 2017 NCSAM Movie Day: “Terms and Conditions May Apply” – Oct. 12 at the Loma Pelona Center
October 2, 2017 National Cyber Security Awareness Month - October 2017
September 20, 2017 Save the date – IT Forum 10/5/2017
September 12, 2017 UCSB Cyber Security Tip of the Month - Password Managers
August 15, 2017 UCSB Cyber Security Tip of the Month - Disposing of Your Mobile Device
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Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer

Matthew Hall

Matthew Hall
Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer


(805) 893-8989
SAASB 4101

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