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1 IFIP PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE TASK FORCE CHARLES HUGHES BCS President Chairman

2 Background WORLD COMPUTER CONGRESS August 2006 Keynote address Workshop TASK FORCENovember 2006 Members - ACS, BCS (Chair), CIPS, CSSA Meeting in Cape Town January 2007 Report submitted January 2007

3 Objectives Vigorous programme to promote professionalism worldwide to: oimprove the ability of business to exploit IT effectively and consistently obuild IT professionalism to world standards odevelop a profession which is respected and valued Ensure the voice of the IT practitioner is clearly and powerfully expressed Opportunity for IFIP to raise substantially its global profile and represent IT practitioners internationally

4 Opportunity International IT profession based on global standards Common terminology to describe skills and competences Standard means of measurement and independent assurance of skills and competences

5 Benefits and Outcomes Practitioner increased recognition and reward greater mobility career path professional accountability Employers improve risk management and corporate governance more successful IT enabled business change enhance recruitment and talent management heighten reputation

6 Issues Vigorous programme – gradual evolution is insufficient Must engage and commit global IT employers and government agencies Cultural transformation on a global scale takes time and effort Major programme necessitating professional programme management

7 Guiding Principles Develop an inclusive profession Build on existing standards and achievements Engage national organisations and maximize subsidiarity Encourage incremental development Rigorous assessment and auditing processes Positive assistance for societies in developing countries

8 The International IT Profession Building the International IT Profession PRINCIPLES AND DEFINITIONS ENGAGING AND MOBILISING Member Societies Governments and Agencies Suppliers and Customers GOVERNANCE AND ACCREDITATION BUILDING BLOCKS

9 Building Blocks Note: Labels in the model are intended to be illustrative rather than definitive or comprehensive. The list of elements to be included will be expanded and refined during the next stage of the project

10 Finance and Resource INITIATION AND START-UP IFIP Founding Societies – ACS, BCS, CIPS IMPLEMENTATION, DEVELOPMENT AND ENGAGEMENT International enterprises Government organisations STEADY STATE Balance income from registrations against administration costs

11 Preliminary Contacts CEPIS IBM DELOITTE MICROSOFT

12 Timetable 2006November Task Force initiation 2007January Task Force report MarchCouncil decision Re-instate Task Force Commit resources AugustReport to General Assembly DecemberSupporters engaged 2008JuneInternational standards developed and certification accredited SeptemberInternational launch 2009MarchGovernance board appointed and programme fully implemented

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