Western Illinois University: Macomb Campus
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Administrative Information Management Systems (AIMS) provides Western Illinois University with centralized information system services and support through the following major services:
Administration and Planning
- General Policy
- Facilities Planning
- Hardware and Software Acquisitions
- Consolidated Maintenance Contracts
- Contract Review for Data Processing Issues
- Systems Analysis and Evaluation in IBM-centric Processor Related Systems
- Systems Design and Implementation
- Maintenance and Enhancement
- Establishment and Maintenance of Western Illinois University Systems Standards
Purchased Application Systems
All such systems, no matter how acquired, must be approved by AIMS to ensure that interfacing and connectivity standards are met and that data integrity is maintained. All other hardware and software Requests for Purchase for items which attach to or run on the Central Processor must be submitted to AIMS for review in a timely manner.
Labels and Listings
AIMS also provides the University community with mailing labels, listings, or downloads
of selected, non-sensitive data for University-related purposes only. The user must secure
permission in advance and be willing to explain the purpose of the mailing, provide samples
of the copy to be mailed, and provide a list of potential addresses. Further specifications
and guidelines regarding mailing labels and other custom forms can be obtained from AIMS.
Charges, if any, may be estimated by calling Administrative Information Management Systems.
• Request For Labels and Listings Form
Tele-STARS E-mail Processing
WIU's Tele-STARS can send out e-mail to selected university e-mail addresses.
The Tele-STARS Email Request form is available at the link below. Authorization
requires two vice-president signatures and must be turned in at least 10 working
days prior to the e-mail send date.
• Tele-STARS Email Request Form
Please consult with AIMS before proposing or committing to any changes which may affect database content, data integrity, security, structure, format, input or output media, and may create interfacing problems. In addition, all major systems initiatives must be approved by the Internal Auditor.
There are no outages or notifications currently scheduled.