Changing the future of IT at WashU through efficient, streamlined, and informed Asset Management.

In July 2022, the launch of WashU’s IT Asset Management (ITAM)  program ushered in a new way of capturing an accurate account of technology asset lifecycle costs and risks. This move allows us to maximize the business value of our technology strategy and architecture, as well as informs our contractual and sourcing decisions.

What is IT Asset Management?

IT Asset Management (ITAM) is a set of business practices that incorporates IT assets across the business units within the organization. It joins the financial, inventory, contractual and risk management responsibilities to manage the overall life cycle of these assets including tactical and strategic decision making.


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Meet the Team Member: Paige Dunk

Hi! My name is Paige Dunk and I am serving as the lead communications specialist for the IT Asset Management Program. I have been a Communications Specialist with WashU IT’s Organizational Change Management Team since August 2019, and have had the pleasure of working on a number of different exciting projects and initiatives throughout WashU […]

Meet the Team Member: Brian Lawton

Written by Brian Lawton Hello! My name is Brian Lawton and I serve as the Director for the Enabling Applications Delivery team. I started as a Design Manager nearly 17 years ago with WashU IT, where I worked on our Research Administrative applications. Over the years I have managed different areas within Enterprise Applications such […]

What is IT Asset Management (ITAM)?

Pulled directly, and adapted from, December is IT Asset Management (ITAM) Awareness Month! Along with the IT Asset Management Program moving into full swing, it’s a great time to learn more about what ITAM is and why it’s so important. IT asset management (ITAM) is a set of business practices that combines financial, inventory […]