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Academic Relations Committee
Provides liaison with academic institutions within the Chapter area.
Expands awareness of career opportunities within the audit and control professions.
Establishes opportunities to promote education to students through Chapter and campus programs and
to brief appropriate classes of academic institutions on ISACA, CISA, CISM and IT Governance.
Coordinates scholarship initiatives approved by the Board.
Liaises with appropriate professors, and where appropriate take steps to establish an "Academic
Advocate" program in local academic institutions.
Proposes advertising policy and procedures for advertising on the Chapter’s web site and publications.
Accepts or rejects advertisements from vendors based on advertising policy and procedures.
Coordinates with the Treasurer to ensure appropriate advertising fees are collected.
Arranges for the facilities and services for the Chapter year.
Audits the Chapter accounts at the close of the fiscal year.
Reports to the Board and subsequently to the members at the annual general meeting.
If the completion date of the audit will be after the annual general meeting, members are to be advised
that they may request a copy of the audit letter, to be communicated to them upon completion.
Members shall be appointed by the Chapter Board and should be selected in a manner so as not to have a conflict of interest (example: the Treasurer shall not be part of the audit committee).
Reviews the qualifications and contributions made by the Chapter members, and makes
recommendations to the Chapter board for appropriate awards.
Makes arrangements for appropriate tokens of appreciation for the outgoing President, officers, directors
and members who have made significant contributions to the success of the Chapter.
Makes a record of all annual and special awards presented by the Chapter.
Orders all awards with appropriate wording or designations as needed by the Chapter.
Recognizes new CISA, CISM and other ISACA certifications.
Reports to the Chapter Board and maintains the bylaws.
Expedites the process of changing the bylaws in accordance with Article XI of the bylaws.
Assures that all proposed changes conform to any local laws.
Examines the consistency of the proposed change with other provisions of the bylaws and with those of
the Association, and suggest wording for proposed changes.
Includes the CISA, CISM and CISA Writing coordinators.
Assists the chapter in promoting the CISA and CISM examinations and professional designations locally.
Maintains resource material related to CISA, CISM and other Association certifications.
Promotes CISA, CISM and other Association accreditations within the Chapter membership, including
exam preparation sessions.
Maintains exam participation rate to sustain the local area as an exam site.
Reports exam results to the Chapter Board.
Acts as a liaison between exam participants and the Association.
Plans builds, operates and coordinates contracts with vendors for automated systems to support the
Chapter and Association’s activities, including but not limited to the Chapter’s website.
Maintains electronic email lists of members and guests.
Forwards information on events and other pertinent information to email lists.
Identifies disseminates Chapter and other information events by other means, such as web postings.
Recommend and oversees seminars and programs of professional education, except exam review
Encourages Chapter membership to participate in the review of the Association’s standards and
Provides liaison with the Association regarding IT governance issues and approaches to dissemination.
Assists in the inclusion of IT governance presentations in the Chapter education sessions.
Coordinates with outside organizations and vendors on awareness, presentations and conferences related
to IT governance.
Stays current and arranges training sessions and awareness on the offerings of the Association, such as
Employment Assistance Committee
Provides free confidential assistance to members seeking employment.
K. Executive Committee
Provides consultation or advice to the President on Chapter matters.
Performs special projects for the President (i.e., information gathering on issues the President intends to
present to the Chapter Board.)
Reviews the Chapter’s bylaws and procedures. Recommends changes to the Chapter’s members for their
Forwards changed bylaws to the Association Membership Board.
Reviews Chapter’s insurance needs and makes recommendations for any changes to the Chapter Board.
Considers the overall the overall Long-range Plan of the Chapter as it applies to Chapter members’
Recommends policies, programs and activities for meeting members’ needs to the Chapter Board.
Reviews all proposed committee budget requests for the upcoming Chapter year.
Reviews the Chapter budget prior to submission to the Chapter Board for approval.
Prepares and revises the Chapter’s budget.
Develops financial reporting package to the Board and Chapter members.
Maintains accurate lists of membership and contact information.
Disseminates membership lists as directed by the Chapter Board with due regard to security and privacy
Reports on membership data from the Association.
Promotes and coordinates plans for maintaining and increasing Chapter membership.
When requested by the Association receives and forwards applications for membership to the
Welcomes new members through emails, newsletter and other means.
Responds to questions about membership and redirects other questions to appropriate officers or
Conducts local general marketing and publicity of the Chapter, CISA, CISM, COBIT and the
Coordinates initiatives involving partnerships and alliances.
Acquires any required marketing materials from ISACA International as authorized by the Board.
Exercises general policy control and direction of any mail-out kits, publications, editorial or advertising
which the Chapter may issue, authorize or sponsor under the direction of the Chapter Board.
Ensures the continued advancement of the Chapter by nominating experienced members for all elected
Officers and Directors as provided in the Chapter bylaws.
Establishes and performs procedures for nominations and ballot elections of Officers and Directors in
accordance with the Chapter bylaws.
Program & Arrangements Committee
Prepares, recommends and coordinates with the Education Committee to develop an interesting and
informative Chapter year program which will contribute to the growth of member’ participation and meet
their educational needs.
Arranges for a subject or topic for discussion before each regular meeting of the Chapter.
Prepares, recommends and arranges for technical informative sessions for the Chapter.
Obtains speakers for each session either from Chapter members or from other sources.
Keeps members informed about the interests, activities, and special programs of the Association and
Assists members interested in publishing professional articles in the Chapter’s or Association’s
Publishes the Chapter’s newsletter.
Develops documents and maintains publishing and advertising standards as approved by the Chapter
Coordinates Chapter research activities.
Coordinates Chapter research activities with the Association.
Reports Chapter and Association research activities to the Board and members.
Plans and coordinates the Chapter’s social networking activities.
Maintains the Chapter’s standard operating procedures.
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