The Digital Programs and Systems Division has three major areas of responsibility within University Libraries:
The Systems Group manages the IT infrastructure for University Libraries. Solaris, Linux and Mac OSX servers offer a number of enterprise-wide services including inPrimo and Voyager. DPS operates all technology on the Fairfax campus for University Libraries. We rely upon our friends in the ITU for our robust networking
The Data Services Group provides help with finding, getting and using statistical, geospatial and qualitative data; provides access to the map collection; and offers consultation services for funding-mandated data management plans.
A group of core services that support the creation, dissemination and curation of scholarly, creative and educational works. Components include the George Mason University Press, Scholarly Communications and Copyright Resources; the Mason Archival Repository Service (MARS); our e-journal publishing service; the university's Thesis and Dissertations Service, and more.