1. What are the requirements for becoming an IAC member?
IAC membership is open to all companies with an interest in the government IT marketplace by contributing dues, completing and mailing an application for membership, or applying online
2. Where are the membership application forms?
IAC Membership Application can be downloaded from the ACT-IAC website. Click here to download the application. Click here to download instructions.
3. How much does it cost to become an IAC member
Membership in the Industry Advisory Council is open to any company with an interest in the government IT marketplace. Membership dues are based on the company’s annual government revenues. New members' dues are prorated by join month. Click here to see the IAC dues Chart.
4. When do I owe IAC membership dues?
IAC membership dues are to be paid at the time you submit the membership application form. Renewal of dues is based annually on the calendar year (January - December)
5. What forms of payment does IAC accept for membership dues?
IAC accepts checks, American Express, MasterCard and Visa for membership dues
6. How many employees from my company can be IAC members?
Your company can have unlimited representatives participate in the organization as long as the member company is in good standing
7. If I switch employers, does IAC membership transfer to the new employer?
If you switch employers, your IAC membership does not transfer with you. The IAC membership remains with the company that paid for the membership. If your new employer is a current member of IAC, you can transfer your individual record to be affiliated with your new company. You can associate your membership with your new company online or by notifying us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call April Davis at (703) 208-4800 x 205. If your employer is not an IAC member, click here to join IAC
8. Are my IAC dues tax deductible?
Yes. The American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council has been qualified as a 501(c) (3) organization by the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions are deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Membership dues may be deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense
9. Why can't I login to the members-only section of the website?
You may not be able to login at this time because your membership has lapsed or you are not using the correct username or password. Call us for assistance at (703) 208-4800 or send an email to email@example.com
10. How do I login to members-only?
Your username is your business email address and your password is the password that you created for yourself. If you joined online your username and password information is what you entered at that time. If you have forgotten your login information you can request it by emailing April Davis, or calling 703-208-4800 x202 to verify your information.
11. How do I link myself to my company's membership roster?
If your organization is a member but you are not sure if you have a record in the system, you may need to create an account and link yourself to your organization's membership. Click here for instructions.
12. How can I renew, if my membership has lapsed or expired?
Once your membership has lapsed it cannot be renewed online. Please contact April Davis at 703-208-4800 ext. 202 for assistance.