HUIT's mission is to make it easier for faculty, students, and staff to teach, research, learn, and work through the effective use of information technology.
We seek out, listen, and respond to our users’ needs.
We work together with our colleagues in a way that leverages and values each other’s expertise and insights.
We encourage and experiment with new ideas, both basic and leading-edge.
We act with integrity and practice honest, respectful, two-way communication.
VICE PRESIDENT & UNIVERSITY CIO ANNE MARGULIES
Anne Margulies is Vice President and University Chief Information Officer at Harvard and is responsible for information technology strategy, policies, and services that support the University’s mission of teaching, learning, and research. Anne leads Harvard University Information Technology (HUIT), which provides IT services to over 50,000 educators, students, and staff.
Senior Leadership Team
University Research Data Management Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Managing Director, Administration and Finance
Managing Director, Library Technology Services
Chief Information Security and Data Privacy Officer
Managing Director, Academic Technology
Managing Director, Administrative Technology Services
Director, FAS Research Computing
Managing Director, Strategy and End User Services
The CIO Council is charged with leading and advancing University-wide IT strategies, policies, and standards.
University-wide governance committees gather input from key stakeholders to provide strategic oversight and direction.
IT AT SCHOOLS
While HUIT serves a range of University-wide IT functions, many Harvard Schools have their own IT support services.
The larger IT community at Harvard includes Communities of Practice, the IT Academy, and the IT Summit.