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Review Entries for Day Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Tony Collins' blog covers the recently published joint report by The Royal Academy of Engineering, The Institution of Engineering and Technology and The British Computer Society.

The report essentially recommends that important IT projects should be lead by appropriately qualified chartered professionals - either Chartered Engineers (CE) or Chartered IT Professionals (CITP). The report is available from The Royal Academy of Engineering's Web Site.

Alastair Revell has welcomed this report and has blogged on the topic. He articulates the practice's view that the Chartered IT Professional (CITP) qualification is coming of age and marks an important stage in the development of the IT profession in the United Kingdom.

Posted by Fiona Burgess
Tuesday, 25 August 2009 11:25:27 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #
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