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Greg Bryant, who works in IT, felt that an internal discussion, instead of hiring investigators, would have worked just as well.
“These [IT workers] are people who have been here for decades. They’ve solved problems all the time, and they have all kinds of suggestions about how things could be better done, but they weren’t asked that,” Bryant said.
Patrick Chinn, a member of the Transform IT Advisory Board, believes that the reorganization helps the IT staff and students. He said it aims to optimize the IT department and to improve the students’ experiences on campus.