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Steve Vieira began as the Interim Chief Information Officer for the Tennessee Board of Regents in March of 2001.  Recently appointed as the full-time Chief Information Officer, Steve is responsible for the strategic direction and technical leadership for the six universities, thirteen community colleges and twenty-seven colleges of applied technology of the TBR system.

Copyright Complaints Procedure

Pursuant to TBR Policy 1:08:00:00, the official designated to respond to allegations of copyright infringement on the part of individuals at the TBR System Office, in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, is identified below, along with contact information. The act requires the complainant to include certain information in a complaint, and providing that information in the initial contact may help speed resolution of the complaint.

TN Summit: Registration and Lodging


Tennessee Summit
October 15-17,  2017
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Registration is now Closed

$50 registration fee for all attendees

Payment: If you have submitted a qualifying presentation that has been accepted for the program, your registration fee will be waived. However, we ask that you go through the registration process to ensure you will have a name badge and conference materials waiting for you when you arrive.

IT Subcouncil

About the Council

The mission of the IT Subcouncil as recognized by the Tennessee Board of Regents is to provide a forum for collaboration, coordination, and cooperation among the Chief Information Officers and Information Technology Directors relating to information technology within the Tennessee Board of Regents system.

Our Work

The Office of Information Technology provides strategic IT support to the universities, community colleges, and colleges of applied technology that make up the Tennessee Board of Regents System.  This support covers the following areas:


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