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Principle 1 - University assets

Information technology infrastructure, business application, and data must be managed as University assets.


Data and information technology are costly, valuable investments with long-term consequences.


  • As with other assets, criteria and processes for acquiring, maintaining, replacing, and amortizing or depreciating information effective technology investments must be developed. This includes criteria and processes for the life-cycle management. of University administrative data.
  • Policies, standards, structures, and processes analogous to the ones that ensure effective management of Penn's financial, facilities, and human resources are required. Organizational roles and responsibilities for managing the information resources.

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