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2010 IEEE-SA Corporate Membership. Christiane Vigil Manager, Funded services, IEEE-SA DASC 30 July 2009 San Francisco, CA. 2010 IEEE-SA corporate membership model. Two levels of corporate membership Basic Advanced Each level consists of four tiers

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2010 ieee sa corporate membership

2010 IEEE-SA Corporate Membership

Christiane Vigil

Manager, Funded services, IEEE-SA

DASC

30 July 2009

San Francisco, CA


2010 ieee sa corporate membership model

2010 IEEE-SA corporate membership model

  • Two levels of corporate membership

    • Basic

    • Advanced

  • Each level consists of four tiers

    • Based on company revenue and organization type


Basic member benefits

Basic member benefits

  • Unlimited working group attendance as an observer only

  • Participate in an unlimited number of entity-based Sponsor ballot groups

  • Determine governance of IEEE-SA

    • By electing IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group (CAG) and IEEE-SA Board of Governors (BOG) members

    • Put forward a candidate to be elected or appointed as a CAG member


Basic member benefits cont

Basic member benefits (cont.)

  • Receive standards-related information

    • SA-News email covering IEEE-SA activities and events

    • Standards Focus corporate program quarterly e-newsletter

    • Access to private areas of Corporate Program web area

    • Alerts about new entity-based standards projects

  • Subscribe to entity-based standards working group public reflectors

  • Complimentary IEEE-SA individual memberships (number based on membership tier)


2010 basic corporate member dues

2010 Basic corporate member dues


Advanced member benefits

Advanced member benefits

  • All basic membership benefits . . . Plus

  • Attain voting rights in an unlimited number of entity-based working groups (upon meeting any other requirements set by the working group)

    • Make motions and vote

    • Nominate and elect working group officers

    • Serve as working group officers

  • Make proposals and technical contributions, speak on motions

  • Access to working group information/private reflectors/private areas

  • Entity working groups receive IEEE-SA project support to bring corporate standards to successful conclusion

    NOTE: Membership and voting rights in working groups are subject to Sponsor and working group rules


2010 advanced corporate member dues

2010 Advanced corporate member dues

Note: Advanced corporate members do not also pay basic member dues.


Comparison with 2009 corporate membership

Comparison with 2009 corporate membership

  • 2010 basic membership is like current IEEE-SA corporate membership

    • Required to ballot in an unlimited number of entity-based Sponsor ballots

  • Advanced membership is a new enhancement of corporate membership

    • Required to participate and vote in an unlimited number of entity-based working groups

    • Provides support services for standards development in entity-based working groups in addition to basic membership benefits


Value of 2010 model

Value of 2010 model

  • Single billing for membership and participation in entity-based working groups and Sponsor ballot groups

  • Allows participation in as many entity-based working groups and Sponsor ballot groups as you want

  • Attractive, predictable pricing

    Result: Companies pay dues for one corporate membership per year to hold voting rights in multiple IEEE entity-based standards projects


Questions

Questions?

  • Contact [email protected] or call +1-732-562-5342

    Thank you!


Early opt in

Early opt-in

  • Current IEEE-SA corporate members who wish to become advanced corporate members can select to pay a one-time fee to upgrade their membership until its regular renewal date

  • Removes all Entity Project Paticipation (EPP) fee payments ($4K/project/entity/year) through corporate membership regular renewal date


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