This site provides information regarding new and ongoing technology
projects at Foothill-De Anza Community College District.
Review Project Status
Review Prioritization Committee Results
A technology project is defined as an activity undertaken to
acquire, develop, enhance, or repair functional capabilities or
services using IT components (software, hardware, or both) requiring a
significant level of effort to meet objectives. A significant level of
effort is defined as encompassing more than 40 hours of labor or cost
more than $5,000 to complete.
ETS manages two types of technology projects:
– supports foundational elements of
technology infrastructure necessary for operating essential services
such as those provided by the network (local area networks, wireless
networks), administrative systems (Banner), communication systems
(email, telephone), etc.
Once your project has been submitted it will be evaluated upon the following criteria: Technology Project Approval (download), and then assigned to the appropriate ETS team
If you want to submit a request but are unsure if your request will
be categorized as a project:
The needs for infrastructure development together with requests for
new projects exceed the
available resources. To manage resources efficiently and to ensure that
important projects are
accomplished, Educational Technology Services (ETS) manages a
prioritization process to solicit guidance from the colleges and
establish project priorities for user
requested projects. This Website provides the information necessary to
implement this prioritization process.
Requestors should communicate their needs for IT projects
(including those identified in grant proposals) as soon as possible to
ensure that their projects are considered in the prioritization process
in a timely fashion.
Click on any of the topics below
for more information:
Learn the Details of the Prioritization Process
• Prioritization Process Overview
• Prioritization Schedule download
• District Technology Prioritization Committee