Meredith Leigh Weiss

Meredith Leigh Weiss is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Services and Administration at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and adjunct assistant professor at the UNC’s School of Information and Library Science. Additionally, she teaches for several online executive MBA and PhD programs across the country. Her academic interests include information technology management and leadership, evidence-based management, business analytics, human resources, instructional technology, and distance education.

Cloudy with a Chance of Success: Contracting for the Cloud in Government

With the movement of government activities to leverage cloud computing, government agencies are now increasingly writing and negotiating contracts with cloud service providers. While agencies have been writing and negotiating contracts for many years, contracts for cloud services present a special set of challenges. In this important report, Shannon Tufts and Meredith Weiss present a detailed analysis of 12 major issues that need to be addressed in all cloud contracts.

Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Services and Administration
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Division of Finance and Administration
South Building Campus Box 1000
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-1000
United States
(919) 843-4080

Meredith Leigh Weiss is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Services and Administration at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and adjunct assistant professor at the UNC’s School of Information and Library Science. Additionally, she teaches for several online executive MBA and PhD programs across the country. Her academic interests include information technology management and leadership, evidence-based management, business analytics, human resources, instructional technology, and distance education.

Weiss earned her bachelor’s degree in human resources from the University of Delaware, has Master of Business Administration and Master of Information Science degrees from North Carolina Central University, holds a Master of Science in instructional technology and certificate in distance learning and administration from East Carolina University, and received a Ph.D. in information science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Information and Library Science.

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