The IT Coordinators Council (ITCC) is a subset of all Agency IT Coordinators that advises ITD on enterprise strategies, standards, and services.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Provide advice to ensure that IT standards and architecture align with government services; in conjunction with other Enterprise Architecture efforts
  • Assist ITD in understanding agency processes and priorities, discussing better ways for ITD to meet customer needs, and developing ITD Service Level Agreements
  • Provide input to the IT Planning process
  • Provide all agencies with an opportunity to participate in and stay informed of IT activities within state government
  • Foster and promote communication among agencies

Composition

The ITCC is comprised of small, midsize, and large agencies; with representation from the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government.

ITCC Members
Name Agency
Liane Auch Bank of North Dakota
Russ Buchholz Dept. of Transportation
Kyle Forster Legislative Council
Eric Godel Parks and Recreation
Molly Goebel Office of the Attorney General
Brian Hosek Game & Fish
Steve Kahl Public Service Commission
Pat Kelly Job Service ND
Jim Martel Dept. of Mineral Resources
Lori Laschkewitsch Office of Management and Budget
Tim Schenfisch Workforce Safety and Insurance
Gary Vetter Information Technology Dept.
Jenny Witham Dept. of Human Services
Larry Zubke State Courts

Related Standards

Membership Guidelines

  • ITCC membership consists of at least ten (10) and no more than twelve (12) agency representatives and/or representatives of the Legislative Council staff and Judiciary branch, one (1) representative from the Information Technology Department, and one (1) representative from the Office of Management and Budget.
  • Ex-Officio membership consists of one (1) Information Technology Department’s Enterprise Architecture Administrator.
  • Current ITCC members continue to serve until replaced.
  • The Chief Information Officer will review the ITCC membership at least annually and submit proposed changes to each ITCC member for their input.
  • The ITCC will review their membership at least annually and submit proposed changes to the CIO.
  • ITCC members recommend the solicitation and selection of new members, subject to the approval of the CIO.
  • Persons interested in applying for or resigning from a position on the ITCC should contact ITD’s Enterprise Architecture Administrator.
  • Members may designate a proxy if they are going to be absent.