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Principle 2 - Functional requirements

University priorities and business functionality determine investments in administrative information technology.


Penn is trying to solve business problems, not information technology problems.


  • The University must develop a flexible, consistent structure for determining priorities for information technology investments.
  • Information technology planning must be integrated with both administrative and academic long-range, operational, and budget planning.

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