CICTA Member Associations:

Association of Professional Staffing Companies  (APSco)
 
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Australian Computer Society (ACS)
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is a “not for profit” society for ICT professionals with a membership of 45,000. The ACS provides professional development, formal certification and professional indemnity insurance for its members.  It also publishes research reports both into aspects of technology and into the ICT industry and profession within Australia.
 
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Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA)
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is Australia's peak representative body and advocacy group for the ICT industry and the wide technology sector. AIIA membership is open to all organisations in Australia. AIIA is a not-for-profit organisation and delivers enormous value to our members. For over 40 years (since 1978), the AIIA has pursued activities to create a more favourable business environment for our members, to stimulate and grow our industry and to contribute to Australia's economic prosperity.
 
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Australian Information Security Association (AISA)
The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) is a national not-for-profit professional organisation of IT security professionals, with membership over 3,000 spread over regional branches in every state and territory. It is run primarily by volunteers, and with a small administrative headquarters staff.
 
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Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM)
 
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International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)
IIBA® is the non-profit professional association dedicated to the field of business analysis. Through a global network, IIBA connects over 29,000+ Members, approximately 3,000 of which are in Australia. Australia is served by an Australian Chapter with Branches in each capital city. As the voice of the business analysis community, IIBA supports the recognition of the profession and discipline and works to maintain the global standard for the practices and certification.
 
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Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA)
ISACA is a global organisation that provides education and support to technology professionals in assurance, information and cyber security, governance, risk and innovation.

 

The Brisbane Chapter has over 500 members.

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IT Forum Gold Coast (ITFGC)
The IT Forum represents IT companies in the Gold Coast Region. The Forum provides advocacy, representation and collaboration services raising the awareness of the importance of ICT on the Gold Coast.  By actively representing the industry the Forum ensures the needs of the local industry are raised and addressed by the appropriate agencies.
 
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IT Service Management Forum (ITSMF)
itSMF is an international forum for IT Service Management professionals worldwide, with an Australian chapter and a very active Queensland branch. There are more than 700 Queensland based members including 50 corporate members.
 
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Queensland Futures Institute (QFI)
 
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Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA)
 
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Women in Technology (WIT)
WiT is a membership-based organisation that is driven by our vision to Advance, Empower and Connect women in the fields of IT and Life Sciences.  WiT are committed to developing strong and sustainable networks for members and supporters within industry, building mutually beneficial partnerships and relationships with government, academia and industry, advocating for our members on relevant issues to advance the presence and status of women in technology and life sciences and providing development opportunities whilst adding value to our members. WiT are an inclusive organisation, with members covering all groups from students through to senior executives.
 
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Buy Queensland Roadshow off to a flying start

Local businesses have enthusiastically embraced the Palaszczuk Government’s Buy Queensland procurement strategy, with great turnout to information sessions about the strategy. Sessions are being run around the state, with an extra session in Brisbane due to the first one being sold out.

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