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1 1 01/05/ /29/10 The European CIO Association

2 Founding the European CIO Association © EuroCIO Process so far  During 2011 the Articles of the new Association were developed by the Advisory Board members  All the National Bodies, except CIGREF, signed a declaration stating: They all asked the CIO-Platform Netherlands and Michael Gorriz to act as the founding fathers fot the new Association They all asked the CIO-Platform Netherlands and Michael Gorriz to act as the founding fathers fot the new Association They all promised to become member and member of the new Board as soon as the new Association will be established They all promised to become member and member of the new Board as soon as the new Association will be established  On 6 September 2011 the new Association got it’s Royal Decree and the formal establishment was announced in the Belgium Gazette  The founding fathers invited all National Bodies now to become member and member of the new Board. All, except CIGREF, became member and member of the new Board.  Tomorrow, 30 November, the first Board meeting will take place.

3 3 01/05/2015 Mission Statement The European CIO Association provides its membership - large organizations from both the private and public sector throughout Europe and national CIO bodies - with a coordinated platform of services for developing the best usage of Information Technology within their companies and ecosystem and helping them to achieve performance and foster innovation

4 Main Objectives © EuroCIO Internally  Networking. At CIO level and beyond (if relevant) for the exchange of best practices, sharing visions  Collaborative Knowledge & Experience Sharing. In workshops, (web) meetings, papers, bringing CIOs and experts together to share/exchange visions, produce standpoints/guidelines, etc. Workgroup Cloud computing, SRW, Governance and e-skills)  Information providing. Website, newsletters, tel. conferences  Creating a coherent cross-national framework. To strengthen cooperation between national Bodies, excahnging views, knowledge, papers, etc. Externally  Expanding. Activities to create CIO communities in all European countries  Communicating with media to promote the “demand” view, create awareness for the CIO work, etc  Lobbying towards EU Community. CIO standpoint, working on Digital Agenda Europe, etc.  Vendor influencing at European level (workgroup supplier relations)

5 Membership © EuroCIO National Bodies (NBs) representing their National Members (NMs)  Representation. A National Body representing the “demand” or CIO community in a country at the highest level can become member  For yearly contribution only paying National Members (NMs) are counted  The NB is a legal entity OR is part (department) of a legal entity  If more than 1 CIO community in a country = Board’s decision  The NB is represented in the Board, preferably by it’s chairman  The representative of the NB is fully mandated for all (legal) obligations and rights in the Board. Direct Members (DMs)  DMs are: OR company member, representing their company. Membership will be transfered to a next CIO OR company member, representing their company. Membership will be transfered to a next CIO OR individual member, as long as they are CIO. Membership is not transfered to the next CIO OR individual member, as long as they are CIO. Membership is not transfered to the next CIO  Criteria for membership. The company represented by the CIO is: OR > € 2 billion/year turnover OR > € 2 billion/year turnover OR IT spending > 50 € million/year OR IT spending > 50 € million/year OR > employees OR > employees At least active in 3 European countries At least active in 3 European countries  Board is allowed to make exceptions

6 6 01/05/ /29/10 Secretary-General Service provider General Assembly (all members; budget, yearplan approval etc.) National BodiesDirect members Board of Directors All NBs 1 of 10 DMs all member services external representationpolicy preparationOrganisation

7 Services © EuroCIO Services DMs & NBs NMs Yearly Conference yes discount Network Meetings yes no Web conferences yes no Working groups yes or expert no Website yes via nat. website Agenda setting yes via NBs Choice of topics yes no Monthly newsletters yes no Daily news yes no Seat in the Board yes (DMs: 1 in 10) no Access to survey yes via nat. website Meeting Suppliers yes no Meeting Authorities yes no Study tours yes on invitation The European CIO Association will actively promote the internal exchange of services, policies, activities, etc. between NBs

8 Contribution, budget © EuroCIO Fees NBs  Ca. € 200/year (Board decides) per paying National Member in a National Body. Example: with 50 paying members a NB pays € 200 x 50 = € /year.  IF this yearly fee is > 10% of the national fee, the NB only pays 10%.  The NB is free how this contribution is collected from their own members (lump sum, equal per member, etc.) Fees DMs  yearly fee is € (Board decides)

9 9 11/28/11 Benefits The new European CIO Association has following benefits:  Independency. No links with or funding from suppliers.  Legitimacy as Association, with a formal Board. Thus “the” voice for European CIOs. This is recognised by the European Commission, Digital Europe (IT-suppliers), etc.  Representation. Over ca. 500 large European organisations with > € 100 billion IT buying power are united in one organisation  Opportunities for cooperation, exchange of best practices as European Network with (a growing number of) National CIO organisations

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