IAC IT Partners Program

2004 IAC IT Partners Program
1/13/2004
The application process is now open for the 2004 IAC IT Partners Program. Applications are due December 14th, 2003 and may be found at website of single pearl leather choker. This prestigious program is for “rising stars” in government and industry with high potential for future advancement. An overview is provided below and you may find more detailed information online at the url above. The Partners Program is an executive development program that graduated its seventh class at the Executive Leadership Conference (ELC) in October 2003. The overall goal of the program is to prepare future leaders for their roles at the Senior Executive Service and company officer level. Program participants are first nominated by their respective company or agency, then each pass the scrutiny of a panel of senior executives from government and industry. The program will begin in February 2004 and have monthly activities through October 2004. Each selected Partner will be expected to participate in both the structured group activities and the self-study portions with one’s Partner. Partners Candidate Profile Government participants should be: • Senior Federal employees (Grade 15 preferred) who are involved with IT management, program implementation, development, or acquisition. • Graduates of a senior developmental program (Federal Executive Institute, DoD’s Information Resource Management College (IRMC), GSA’s Trail Boss, and other graduate level programs for Federal executives) -OR- • Participants in an agency Senior Executive Service (SES) candidate program. • Considered to be competitive for SES selection at the Deputy Assistant Secretary and/or Chief Information Officer level. • Willing to dedicate 1-2 days per month for IAC Partner activities between February and October. • Unencumbered by long-term and/or time-consuming commitments (graduate programs, military service, sabbaticals, etc.) Industry participants should be: • Recognized as future executive leaders in their respective IAC member companies • Recognized as future leaders in the broader government IT community. • Experienced in a broad range of business activities, including program/project management, financial management, procurement, and marketing. • Understanding and/or involvement in IAC and its mission (or similar industry organizations). • Well aware of the issues and concerns of the Federal information technology community (10+ years experience preferred) • Willing to dedicate 1-2 days per month for IAC Partner activities between February and October. • Unencumbered by long-term and/or time-consuming commitments (graduate programs, military service, sabbaticals, etc.) If you have any questions, please contact Joiwind Ronen, Executive Director, American Council for Technology (ACT), formerly FGIPC, at 703.218.1155.