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NPSS MEMBERSHIP REPORT ADCOM NOV 2010 PART A e-Membership PART B Prelim 2010 Results VGPrice. PART A DEVELOPING NATIONS “E-Member option” What is it? Who is eligible? Why do it? What IEEE business rules? Expected consequences Info: complimentsElyn Perez.

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NPSS MEMBERSHIP REPORT

ADCOM NOV 2010

PART A e-Membership

PART B Prelim 2010 Results

VGPrice

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PART A

  • DEVELOPING NATIONS
  • “E-Member option”
          • What is it?
          • Who is eligible?
          • Why do it?
          • What IEEE business rules?
          • Expected consequences
  • Info: complimentsElyn Perez
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What is e-Membership?

  • Everything IEEE membership offers
  • But, no paper.. All electronic
  • -electronics pack and Mem card
  • -Electronic versions of journals
  • -Electronic renewal invoices
  • Reduced annual base dues - $50
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WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR e-MEM?

  • Current/Prospective members who reside where GDP is <$15K
    • Currently affects 153 countries
    • Higher Grade only
    • -Students not eligible
    • -Special Circumstances can’t be applied to e-membership
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Why is IEEE Offering it?

  • Membership Affordability
  • Supports IEEE Humanitarianism
  • It is hoped that lower prices will:
  • Maximize retention rates----
  • -Though risk in revenue, Hope to offset that with:
  • Increased recruitment
  • Increased purchase of IEEE products
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E-Member Business Rules

  • e-Mems have full voting rights
  • e-Mems full consideration for grade elevation
  • Years of service count for Life
  • e-Mems able to join any society at whatever pricing Society has available.
  • continued
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E-Member Business Rules-2

  • MGM awards earned for referring an e-Member (at $5 each
  • Regional Assessments:
  • $50 Base dues
  • $13 assessment in R8
  • $3 in R9
  • $5 in R10
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Expected Consequences

  • End-of-year IEEE population = 400K
  • Fraction of Transnationalsvs US =
  • 50/50
  • Growth rate of transnational is higher than that of US members. Therefore, expect a larger fraction versus US.
  • e-Member option will accelerate transnational growth.
  • continued
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E-Member Implications for NPSS

  • IEEE expects to expand e-Members into R-1 to 7 after trial experience in the GDP <$15 K countries. When they do:
  • Electronic only recruitment implies using laptops at NPSS conference booths
  • Many e-Members may neglect to renew NPSS when they renew IEEE
  • Continued
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Further NPSS Implications

  • Consideration is underway to improve the means of recruitment at conferences, replacing paper approach with electronics.
  • Not all conferences have Web access.
  • Sometimes flaky access to web in the NPSS Booth area. Could use auto-start flash drive with IEEE log-in data loaded. Save and print later.
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Part B

2010 Conference Recruiting

Results