Technology Lifecycle Management, Finance, and Business Administration

The office of Technology Lifecycle Management, Finance, and Business Administration is responsible for all IT governance reviews and assessments as well as the maintenance and review of the applications inventory, the accounting and budgetary functions of the UMIT department, ensuring compliance with University financial policies and procedures, software and hardware procurement, IT specific strategic sourcing, and all business operations of the IT and Telecommunications departments.

Budget and Finance

  • The Budget and Finance team is responsible for the overall administration of the department’s budget, financial reporting, and day-to-day financial activities.

Business Operations

  • The Business Operations team provides administrative support to the University of Miami Information Technology department (UMIT) and Telecommunications.

IT Portfolio Management

  • The IT Portfolio Management team's mission is to provide an enterprise-wide approach to identify, prioritize, track, and successfully execute a technology portfolio of initiatives and projects in alignment with the University of Miami's strategic goals as determined by UMIT and University Leadership.

IT Strategic Sourcing

  • IT Strategic Sourcing is responsible for analyzing vendor relationships and establishing vendor partnerships that will enhance student, faculty, and staff experiences within the University.

Software Procurement

  • The Software Procurement group works with University academic and administrative departments to provide campus-wide and volume licensing agreements for commonly used software programs and applications, and provide access to the University community for all volume and site licenses upon request.

Hardware Procurement

  • The UMIT Hardware Procurement team works with UM Supply Chain to select manufacturers and vendors, and negotiate pricing of computer hardware, in addition to working with UMIT groups to set and maintain UM standard computer hardware requirements.