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Software Licensing Committee

Committee Charter

The Software Licensing Committee is charged with developing and maintaining an inventory of software in use at the university. This standing committee is also charged with identifying opportunities for efficiencies in leveraging Rutgers’ purchasing power, and identifying software needs and opportunities for the benefit of the broader university community. The committee will work with the university community to develop a governance model that meets the varied needs of the constituency.


Sponsor: Frank Reda, Associate Vice President, Enterprise Service Delivery, Office of Information Technology

Chair: Brian Luper, Director, Enterprise Service Delivery, Office of Information Technology


  • Sabir Ahmedi, Acting Senior Director, Office of the Chancellor of Rutgers University–New Brunswick
  • Maryse Bloom, Category Manager, University Procurement Services
  • James Boyce, Director of IT, New Jersey Medical School
  • Vernon Cabalfin, Assistant Dean, Technology & Facilities, School of Health Professions
  • Charles Collick, Associate Director, IT Accessibility & Instructional Technology
  • Shelley Cousins, Director, Newark Computing Services, Office of Information Technology
  • Michael DePasquale, System Administrator, Enterprise Service Delivery, Office of Information Technology
  • Vladimir Gabrielescu, IT Associate Director, Office of Information Technology (Enterprise Application Services)
  • David Motovidlak, Assistant Director, Information Technology, School of Arts and Sciences
  • John Quirinale, Executive Director, Finance and Administration, Office of Information Technology
  • Veronica Rosel, Assistant Manager, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • Susan Ryan, Strategic Sourcing Manager, University Procurement Services
  • Tom Ryan, Director of IT, Rutgers University–Camden
  • Susan Schwerdt, Unit Computing Manager, Enterprise Service Delivery, Office of Information Technology

Please fill out the software site license questionnaire to request or renew a University site license.