A&M System Announces Further Consolidation of Services

In keeping with a recent and occasionally controversial trend of public universities seeking savings through consolidating services, the Texas A&M University System Thursday announced a plan to overhaul its the information technology infrastructure.

A&M released the results of an audit by Deloitte Consulting, laying out a plan that is expected to save $20 million per year for the next decade.

John Sharp, the system's chancellor, said he anticipated every president and chief executive officer of the system's institutions would accept Deloitte's recommendations. If they don't, he said, "We'll have that discussion with the board of ...

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