In addition to guiding day-to-day IT operations, Chester Maze will also be responsible for long-term, IT strategic planning, and driving IT business innovation.
Oak Ridge Associated Universities has appointed Chester Maze as vice president of information technology and chief information officer. In addition to guiding day-to-day IT operations, Maze will also be responsible for long-term, IT strategic planning, and driving IT business innovation.
“With more than 1,200 employees in 14 locations nationwide, it’s clear that ORAU has experienced significant growth over the past couple of years. Yet, few people realize that those same successes bring new demands for ensuring the quality and integrity of our information technology,” said ORAU President and CEO Andy Page. “We’re excited that Chester is joining our team. His strong understanding of technology solutions will be instrumental as we continue to look for more efficient and secure ways for meeting our customers’ needs.”
In addition to overseeing daily IT operations, Maze is also tasked with directing staff responsible for supporting operational computing, networking, user services, telecommunications, and other IT-related functions; creating a long-term, IT investment strategy; and working with various federal sponsors and regulators to ensure compliance with federal and contract regulations.
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