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About the Council

The Campus Computing Council was founded in the belief that it has a unique role in the development of Information Technology at UCLA. With an emphasis on voluntary partnership, strong technical expertise, experience with innovative techniques, organizational ability, and a direct understanding of the needs of local academic consumers of information technology, the Council is unique among entities at UCLA. While individual members have long contributed in a significant way to the development of information technology at UCLA, the formation of the Council enables members to direct their expertise to larger campuswide technological issues within the context of a supportive and cooperative milieu.

The CCC Mission Statement

The Campus Computing Council is a joint venture with the goal of fostering mutually beneficial collaboration, consultation, distribution of information, assistance and support among the major school and divisional computing facilities at UCLA. A fundamental aim of the Council is to represent and advance the technological and computing interests of the faculty, staff, and students served by Council members. In addition to promoting technical coordination between local units, the Council seeks to leverage its substantial access to technical expertise, close working relationship with university faculty, and many years of collective experience at UCLA to provide timely advice and analysis to UCLA policy planners.

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