Administrative Systems Steering Committee

Launched in the spring of 2016, the Administrative Systems Steering Committee (ASSC) works collaboratively to enable the Institute vision of streamlined and user-centric campus-wide digital business systems and processes working seamlessly with in-person experiences to support MIT’s mission. The Steering Committee plays an important role in advancing digital business transformation by guiding system development in a holistic manner to provide the best possible administrative computing experience for the MIT community.  

Our role

  • To guide administrative system development to provide best possible computing experience for MIT community
  • Align efforts across administrative and academic areas
    • Assure balanced portfolio of work
  • Achieve consensus on priorities for admin system development
    • Align work with RACC
    • Gather insights from AACII
  • Maintain awareness of ongoing work
    • Refine directions as needed and assure continuous progress
  • Evaluate technology experiments and pilots
    • Endorse those to scale MIT-wide

Michelle Christy, Office of Sponsored Programs
Peter Cummings, Office of the Dean for Student Life
Robin Elices, Office of the Executive Vice President and Treasurer (co-chair)
Wesley Esser, Sloan
Josh Freedman, Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies
Ken Goldsmith, School of Architecture + Planning
Pia Handsom, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Ron Hasseltine, Office of the Provost
Joe Higgins, Facilities
Marc Jones, School of Humanities, Arts and Social Science
Eamon Kearns, Information Systems & Technology
Doreen Morris, Office of the Provost (co-chair)
Eileen Ng, School of Engineering
Gerry O’Toole, Vice President for Finance
Glen Shor, Vice President for Finance
Wayne Turner, Human Resources
Heather Williams, School of Science

Robin Elices
(617) 324-4603