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Partners

GTEC works with various leading strategic partners, associations and media publications.

STRATEGIC PARTNERS

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Armed Forces Communications Electronic Association

AFCEA is an international organization that serves its members by providing a forum for the ethical exchange of information. AFCEA is dedicated to increasing knowledge through the exploration of issues relevant to its members in information technology, communications, and electronics for the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.” – Our President is Colonel Robert Mazzolin. Although world wide we do not have funding from International and all our revenues are solely by the chapter events that help to support the administrative end and we also give back tit he community and the Military Family Resource Centre. Since our funds are limited we are not able to purchase space but we do support the GALA each year by purchasing tickets. www.afcea.org

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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE OF CANADA

Founded in 1962, the Financial Management Institute of Canada (FMI/IGF) is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit volunteer association, that operates fourteen Chapters across Canada. The fmi*igf delivers national programs through learning events, a professional journal and webinars covering high-level, universal themes with a focus on relevant and contemporary issues in financial management. Speakers with a broad range of professional knowledge and expertise come from federal, provincial and municipal governments as well as non-government organizations.

The FMI/IGF is directed by volunteer boards, both nationally and regionally, with the support of a national office staff in Ottawa. Through a variety of volunteer committees and working groups FMI/IGF delivers an annual program of learning events, seminars, workshops and webinars to its members and non-members. www.fmi.ca

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Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC)

With over 300 members, ITAC is the voice of the Canadian information and communications technologies (ICT) industry. As an ITAC member, you can increase your market visibility with government, address procurement challenges, and network with a variety of industry and public sector representatives. itac.ca

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Women in Communications and Technology

Women in Communications and Technology (WCT) is the national community network that connects creators and innovators in any role
in technology, media or telecommunications sectors. Established in 1991, WCT aims to inspire and advance women as leaders and contributors to Canada’s digital economy. www.wct-fct.com

ASSOCIATION PARTNERS

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Canadian Information Technology Partners Association

The Canadian Information Technology Partners Association, CITPA, is an affiliation of Canadian owned companies that provide Information Technology solutions to Canada’s Public Sector. The Association’s mandate is to identify and respond to issues affecting our members’ ability to supply the highest quality solutions to clients in a profitable fashion. In addition, the CITPA actively engages in marketing its members’ abilities and values to this marketplace.Our President is Mr.. Herman Yeh, and this association is limited in funding as all money is used to run it administratively. Many of the CITPA members will have both space rented at the event for there companies. www.citpa-ottawa.com

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CIPS – Canada’s Association of Information Technology (IT) Professionals

CIPS is a professional association of IT professionals in Canada offering Networking opportunities, Certification of IT professionals, Accreditation of IT Post-Secondary programs, a niche IT Job Board, a voice to government, and represents Canadian IT professionals in international forums, encouraging and facilitating on-going professional development and safeguarding the public interest. www.cips.ca

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MISA/ASIM Canada

MISA/ASIM Canada, formed in 2006, has five member associations: MISA Atlantic/BC/ Ontario/Prairies and RIMQ. It represents its members in discussions with the Government of Canada and other national or international bodies and associations in matters regarding municipal or inter-jurisdictional delivery of government services using information and communications technology. www.misa-asim.ca

MEDIA PARTNERS

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Business Process Incubator

The Business Process Incubator (BPI) is an online resource provided by Trisotech with the goal of sparking to life the promises of Business Process Management (BPM). BPI enables BPM practitioners to:
Do: actions on files and artifacts using various BPM standards.
Share: files and artifacts using various BPM standards.
Learn: about various BPM standards and related topics.
Tools: enabling various BPM standards.
www.businessprocessincubator.com

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Dark Reading

Dark Reading is a comprehensive news and information portal that focuses on IT security, helping information security professionals manage the balance between data protection and user access. Led by Editor In Chief Tim Wilson, Dark Reading serves as a security dashboard for busy IT professionals keeping them informed on what’s new or how well it works. www.darkreading.com

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INFORMATIONWEEK

InformationWeek is the industry’s foremost technology media brand focused on the business value of technology. Our magazines and events help CIOs and IT executives define and frame their business technology objectives, while our vast portfolio of online resources deliver breaking news, blogs, and proprietary research and analysis on IT trends, whitepaper library, and interactive tools, all in a 24/7 environment. www.informationweek.com

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PIPSC – CS Group

The CS group is the constituent body of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) representing the Computer Systems (CS) workers under Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat.

Our mission is to represent the interests of our CS community through strength and solidarity. To promote a common set of standards and ethics that is member focused and that fairly and equitably represents the knowledge and integrity of our profession. www.csgroup.ca