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Tiffin named director of MSU ITS’ Enterprise Information Systems | MS Business Journal



Jason Tiffin

JASON TIFFIN




Longtime Mississippi State University Information Technology Services employee Jason Tiffin has been named director of Enterprise Information Systems within ITS.

Since 2005, Tiffin has led ITS’ web development team. The two-time MSU alumnus has worked for ITS in various capacities since 1996. In his new role, Tiffin will oversee the Enterprise Information Systems unit as it plans, implements and supports administrative information systems throughout the university. He succeeds Meredith Jackson, who recently retired from MSU after a decades-long career with ITS.

“I am excited to have Jason lead our Enterprise Information Systems department,” said MSU Chief Information Officer Steve Parrott. “During his tenure working in ITS, Jason has developed strong relationships with ITS personnel and also with non-ITS key stakeholders throughout campus, and is known for his liaison abilities. The department will be well served by his professional persona and leadership skills. I have full confidence

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Enterprise software, devices to drive 2021 IT spending to $4.1T

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Global information technology spending will grow 8.4% to $4.1 trillion in 2021, driven in part by enterprises accelerating their digital transformation plans, Gartner said in its latest IT spending forecast.

IT spending will be driven by digital business plans that will be refined and completed in 2021, Gartner said. More digital initiatives are originating from business departments outside of IT, making IT a full participant in business value delivery, said John-David Lovelock, a distinguished research vice-president at Gartner. As a result, Gartner expects to see the source of funding to be charged as a cost of revenue or cost of goods sold (COGS).

The source of funding changes “from an overhead expense that is maintained, monitored and sometimes cut, to the thing that drives revenue,” Lovelock said in the press release.

All-around solid

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Information Technology (IT) Specialist Enterprise Architecture/Systems Analysis job with USAJobs

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About the Position: This is a permanent position with Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE), Office of Chief Information Office located at the Government Accountability Office (GAO) building located in Washington, DC.

NOTE: If you previously applied, you must reapply to be considered.
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Responsibilities

  • Serves as primary staff officer for the development of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Enterprise Architecture (EA).
  • Develops USACE information Technology (IT) management strategic plans, policies, and operational architectures ensuring products comply with the Federal Architecture, Department of Defense (DoD), Army and USACE guidance.
  • Monitors, tracks and coordinates architecture products with USACE Subject Matter Experts (SME) and the Systems Architects.
  • Develops, analyzes, and presents sets of elements consisting of information exchange requirements, mission area interactions, tasks, interoperability tables, logical connectivity and a description of the environment.
  • Reviews, analyzes and submits recommendations on IT project requirements
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