This paper reports the findings of a study that examined several aspects of information systems at colleges and universities with 5,000 or fewer students. The subject schools were members of either CAUSE or Educom. The information system administrators at these institutions were mailed a survey that consisted of 20 questions that related to institutional demographics, management/ governance issues and finance/budgeting issues. A total of 21 hypotheses were tested for significant relationships using chi‐squares at 0.05 alpha level. This article specifically addresses parts of the study that related to information systems management structure, policy setting and resource acquisition.
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