The University’s IT Governance stewards the growth and development of Information Technology in a strategic and coordinated manner. IT Governance integrates planning for the clinical enterprise, research, education, business and underlying infrastructure and provides a mechanism to make decisions, set IT priorities, identify IT funding needs and institute IT policies in a coordinated manner across the UCSF enterprise.

The IT Governance Steering Committee is the central, advisory body made up of Campus and Health leaders and is chaired by Kevin H. Souza, Associate Dean for Medical Education. The steering committee oversees subcommittees on business, clinical, education, research, IT architecture & support technologies, security, and website governance.  Each of the seven subcommittees has working groups that focus on specific initiatives. The seven subcommittees include: