Digital governance is a discipline that focuses on establishing clear accountability for digital strategy, guidelines, policy and standards. The Digital Governance Subcommittee operates under the authority of the Information Executive Committee (IEC), and is comprised of core members from Communications and Community Outreach, Marketing, and Information Technology with input from extended stakeholders when needed.
Standards for Use and Management of Digital Assets
Compliance and Privacy
Content Management System
Open Source Software
Shared Mail Resources
Testing & Release
Appeals regarding decisions made by the Digital Governance Subcommittee can be made to the Information Executive Committee.
See entire Digital Governance: Policy Standards for Use and Management of Digital Assets. (Baylor log in required).
Institutional Web Management
Site Creation/Editorial – Website access, content creation and modification, social media, retirement of old assets.
Office of Information Technology via BCM Service Portal
Network and infrastructure - Security safety, hardware and software, mobile application.
Marketing and Branding
Brand guidelines and healthcare content.
General questions should be directed to the Digital Governance Subcommittee.
*Note: Policies cited in the Digital Governance document (approved by the Board and published in March 2019) supersede any previous agreement, policy and/or guideline.