The Interoperability Initiative will deliver modern, scalable, and secure services designed around these four goals:

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1. Integration systems that enable accurate, scalable, controlled, and automated movement of university data and university business objectives.


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2. Identity and Access Management systems that confer access to the right people, at the right time, to the right systems to enable the business of the university.


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3. Improved user experiences that align with constituent expectations, ensuring IT contributes to the university’s competitive advantage.


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4. Improved security and privacy controls including visibility into how personal data is being used, more advanced compromised account detection, and better management of individual access to systems.

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