The ITS project prioritization process is the framework we use for selecting the projects that best support HSU's key strategic objectives and provide the greatest value to the University.
The prioritization process includes the following key criteria:
Project requests  can be submitted at any time; requests received after the request cut-off dates will be considered in the next review cycle. See below for the current status  of scheduled, proposed, and pending projects, and for the results of the 2011-12 project prioritization review.
Request Cut-Off Dates for Academic Year 2012-2013 - Updated Information
The campus Vice Presidents have approved deferring the next project request cycle until Fall 2013. If you have questions or a project request that cannot wait until then, please contact the ITS Project Office  at (707) 826-5080.
As you prepare your project documentation for submission to the steering committee, please review the documents linked below. These will help you to ensure that your project proposal closely aligns with the University's strategic objectives, which will in turn render it more likely to be accepted and implemented.
The Project Prioritization Steering Committeee meets each review cycle and submits the draft prioritized schedule to the Vice Presidents for their review and approval. The Project Prioritization Steering Committee members are:
Supporting the committee:
The following documents describe the outcome of the Fall 2012 project review:
The following documents describe the outcome of the Spring 2012 project review:
The following documents describe the outcome of the Fall 2011 project review: