Chapter 10. Information Technology
Computer Executive Committee (CEX): A committee which sets the overall computing strategy at Michigan Tech. It maintains a close liaison with the Computer Advisory Committee (CAC) and receives advice from that body.
The membership of the CEX is made up as follows: (No representatives can be designated to take the place of the original membership.)
The chair of the CEX shall be the provost and senior vice president for academic and student affairs. However, the provost and senior vice president for academic and student affairs may appoint another member (except for the vice provost of information technology) to serve as chair.
Meetings shall be called by the chair, but shall not be less than one meeting per academic semester. All meetings are open to any interested party unless the meeting is specifically declared as a closed session by the chair. Visitors may speak at meetings only on recognition by the chair.
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