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Tech Stack Applications

Tech Stack Support Hierarchy

  1. Business and technical owners
  2. IT Team

Business and technical owners will remain the point of contact for provisioning and issues involving administration of the systems they manage. The IT team empowers business and technical owners to maintain accountability for tech systems through efforts involving automation, monitoring, and visibility.

Tech Stack Documentation

Tech Stack Updates

Add new system to the tech stack

This template is necessary for:

Update Tech Stack Information (including offboarding of systems)

This template is necessary for:

Update Tech Stack Provisioner

This template is necessary for:

Tech Stack offboarding

Occasionally systems listed in our tech stack will be deprecated. If a system is being offboarded (no longer being used and/or being replaced) an issue will need to be submitted to have the system removed from our tech stack. Submit and issue. Once the issue has been submitted, the Business Owner will need to work with Legal and IT Compliance to ensure that the data deletion process is being completed as outlined in the vendor contract regarding their process and responsibilities.

Access Requests

Please review our Access Requests handbook page to find more information on how to request access to systems. Choose the right template for your use case and follow the instructions.


Are you experiencing issues with an application/system? Visit our Tech Stack Google sheet and under Group Owner/Slack Channel, you can find out what Slack channel you need to reach out to request support.


Do you want to procure a new application/system? Visit the Procurement handbook page to find out more information on how to get started. Only applications which go through this process can be added to the tech stack.

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