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Call for Nominations: CIPS 2009 Awards of Achievement

The CIPS Awards of Achievement is an opportunity to thank friends and colleagues, who are members of CIPS, for their hard work and dedication to the association and the Information Technology (IT) profession.

Please take a moment to review the Awards of Achievement categories below and nominate a CIPS member today!  The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2009.

Current members of the CCITP, Standing Committees and Councils are eligible for all awards.

CIPS Honorary Membership
This is the highest award available to CIPS members. It is awarded to those who have made an outstanding contribution to CIPS and to information processing in Canada. Honorary members receive a lifetime membership to CIPS. Recipients of the award must receive the unanimous approval of the Canadian Council of Information Technology Professionals, (CCITP), CIPS' governing Board. All members are eligible for this award. Nominations may come from any CIPS member in good standing.

C.C. Gotlieb CIPS Contribution
For members who are widely recognized for outstanding contribution to CIPS through years of substantial efforts for the association. All members are eligible for this award. Nominations may come from any CIPS member in good standing.

GALA (Got A Lot Accomplished)
For members in recognition of national, qualitative contributions resulting in specific advancement of the association. All members are eligible for this award. Nominations may come from any CIPS member in good standing.

Gary Hadford Professional Achievement
For members who are recognized by their peers for their integrity and expertise, for their outstanding achievements in fields related to information processing and who have a high degree of competence in their field. All members are eligible for this award. Nominations may come from any source, but must be co-signed by a CIPS member in good standing.

Marilyn Harris IT Professionalism
This award recognizes a certified member who best exemplifies the true value of the I.S.P. designation. Winners of the provincial awards are automatically entered. Nominations may come from any source, but must be co-signed by a CIPS member in good standing. Only certified members in good standing are eligible for this award.

CIPS Volunteer of the Year
This award recognizes contributions to the association at a local or regional level. One member may be nominated by a CIPS Province or Section. CIPS Provinces and Sections are encouraged to present a local Volunteer of the Year award and to submit that person's name as their nominee for the national award. All members are eligible for this award.

Let's show our appreciation!  NOMINATE a CIPS member today!

To obtain an Awards of Achievement nomination form see

http://www.cips.ca/awards?q=nomination

Please direct all nominations or questions to nominations@cips.ca.

CIPS Corporate Partners

The following organizations support CIPS' commitment to professionalism, ethics, and high standards for the I.T. profession. CIPS thanks all its partners for their contribution. Become a CIPS Corporate Partner Today! - Send an email to info@cips.ca.


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