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Message from the CIO

As is our tradition, our first calendar year bulletin highlights our annual performance metrics in support of institutional priorities and strategic objectives, as well as our IT mission and goals. We also recognize and thank our IT Division employee recipients of the TTU Length of Service awards for being loyal and dedicated in their service to the Texas Tech University community for many years. As we reflect on the previous year and the ongoing pandemic challenges, we are sad for the difficulties and losses faced by many due to COVID-19, proud of the Red Raiders who have risen to the challenge, and thankful for our excellent leadership! We look forward to continuing our partnership with the campus community in support of institutional goals and strategic priorities. Stay safe and healthy — Go Tech!

Sam Segran
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology

IT Bulletin | Vol. 17 No. 5
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