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SIM's National Programs/Core Offerings offer opportunities to engage in meaningful work with projects that range from independent research on IT trends to STEM outreach, enterprise architecture, procurement and other special interests. Keep reading and click through for more information.


Advanced Practices Council
 An elite forum of senior IT executives who direct customized, independent research on subjects chosen by its members.  This intimate, trusted network of cross-industry senior executive peers stay far ahead of trends and practices, bringing transformational solutions to their firms.
Contact: Madeline Weiss, madeline.weiss@simnet.org

The Enterprise Architecture Working Group  Dedicated to helping IT professionals and their organizations capitalize on the opportunities of EA.  This group of 60 EA practitioners, academics, and thought leaders from more than 20 industry, government, and academic organizations collaborate to improve EA practices.
Contact: Bill Peterson, bpeterson@liquidhub.com


Executive RLF  A highly-interactive six-month program building the executive capacity of senior level leaders.  Through compelling topics, experts and strategic dialogues, senior leaders learn to project an executive presence and influence to strategically lead the organization through transformational change. 
Contact: Vincenzo Nelli, vnelli@simnet.org

The IT Procurement Working Group  Through shared best practices and strategies, this group helps their member companies (i) improve IT acquisition management; (ii) enhance competitiveness through informed procurement management; (iii) influence legislation affecting acquisitions; and (iv) foster collaboration between the various professions participating in the IT procurement process.
Contact: Randy Roth, randy@corporatecontracts.com

IT Trends Study  This high-profile study is conducted every year to help benchmark various areas within the IT industry such as major issues, technologies, sourcing, CIO roles, staffing, spending, and salaries. The results allow SIM to speak for our members with a unified voice.
Contact: Leon Kappelman, leon.kappelman@unt.edu

The Members-In-Transition Program
 This unique program was developed to assist SIM members by providing a forum to share leads, opportunities and advice. Benefits include a career portal, an online collaboration group, weekly conference calls, Helping Hands program, and more.
Contact: Fran Daly, dalyf@comcast.net

Regional Leadership Forum  An intensive, ten-month leadership development program focused on creating authentic leaders.  Originally focused on IT leadership, RLF quickly expanded to include all disciplines and has graduated more than 4,000 leaders from more than 300 sponsor companies.
Contact: Vincenzo Nelli, vnelli@simnet.org

SIM Women  Designed to promote communication, mentorship, leadership and career development amongst the female members of SIM.  
Contact: Kristen Lamoreaux, kristen@lamoreauxsearch.com

SIMposium The premier annual conference for technology executives, practitioners and business leaders.
Contact: Debbie Jowers, debbiejowers@texashealth.org

STEM Outreach SIM Chapters provide many opportunities for their members to give back to their local communities.  The Outreach program supports initiatives focused on contributing to the vitality and continuation of the Information Technology profession.
Contact: Deborah DeCorrevont, deborah.decorrevont@msn.com, Nanci Schimizzi, schimizn2013@gmail.com

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12/8/2016
SIM Boston Monthly Meeting Gala Event

12/14/2016
SIM Boston Providence CIO Roundtable

2017 IT Trends Study


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