EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a series of stories looking at the state of finances within the Texas A&M University System, including examinations of information technology, communication and Easterwood Airport operations, along with the overall fiscal outlook for the system. This story looks at the planned administrative reviews. Upcoming stories will examine the ongoing audit of the system's information technology departments and communications personnel, as well as recommended projects that are likely to generate revenue.
Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp, who presided over the largest outsourcing of services ever at a public university, is now heading up moves to examine information technology, communications, airport operations and every single administrative position in the system.
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