Office of the CIO
The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) includes seven departments and functions that directly report to the Chief Information Officer (CIO). These reporting units include more than 75 staff and 30 student employees. The CIO directly manages an operating budget of approximately $12 million, and $1-2 million in Technology Fee.
The CIO is responsible for the strategic oversight of campus-wide information technology (IT). Reporting to the Executive Vice President, COO, and CFO, the CIO leads the campus-wide IT strategic planning effort. The CIO chairs the campus Information Technology Executive Council (ITEC), which includes the Executive VP, Provost, VP of Student Life, and VP of Research and Technology Transfer. The role involves collaborating with administrative and academic units across campus in support of Mines’ mission of instruction, research, and public service.
About the CIO
Andrew Moore joined Mines on June 13, 2022. He has developed his IT and executive leadership skills at Chevron, Sun Microsystems, the Town of Erie, and as CIO at Boulder Valley School District, where he provided IT services for 4200 employees and 30,000 students. He developed his public service experience during three terms as Mayor of the Town of Erie, a 25,000-person suburb of Boulder. His passion for ensuring all students have an equitable and engaging opportunity to learn guides his decision-making on policy and programs. Andrew earned his MBA at the University of Colorado and holds degrees in computer science and sociology.
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