A constituent society is one that sponsors or supports the ICCP and its Professional credentials in the global market.
It is a shareholder owner of the ICCP and its assets and holds them in trust for the industry and profession as a whole.
There is a financial obligation to market professionalism, code of ethics, and credential programs while providing strategic leadership to the organization through two board member representatives.
An initial application fee is required plus each constituent society may face annual costs of approximately $3,000-$5,000 per year to attend ICCP Board meetings in person in Chicago.
Meetings may be attended via conference technologies to save funds. These are then counted as “in-kind” association membership fees.
ACM: Association for Computing Machinery
New York, NY 10036
CIPS: Canadian Information Processing Society
CPCI: Consejo Profesional en Ciencias Informaticas
Global Institute for IT Management
New Jersey, USA
Reports and Requirements Company
Downers Grove, IL 60515
Constituent Society – Membership Fees
Membership Fees are determined by size of Organization: