Cloud Computing Cross-SIG Task Group
Collaboration & Transformation
Networks & Telecommunications
SIGs operate in accordance with the following general principles:
a. Issues on the SIG agenda are to be based upon the high priority issues on the Federal Government’s agenda as
determined by ACT and IAC SIG Leadership.
b. SIG products may include best practices, ethics, performance measures and strategies affecting Government IT
acquisition and management, technology trends and policy alternatives.
c. SIG products and activities shall be vendor, product and technology neutral.
d. The SIG forum will be objective, professional, ethical, transparent and open to all interested parties.
e. SIG participants shall not use the SIG as a sales or business development forum.
f. Each SIG has a Government Advisory Panel (GAP) of Government executives who have the expertise to advise
the SIG on such topics that will help them better address the top priority initiatives they face.
The SIG operating year runs from July 1 to June 30. In April, the industry participants in each SIG elect the SIG leadership for the coming year. After the election of the leadership, each SIG nominates Government executives to serve on the SIG's Government Advisory Panel (GAP).
Once the leadership is elected, the SIG develops its action plan for the year based upon the ACT Government-wide strategic agenda and the advise of the SIG's GAP.
Participation in the SIGs is open to any IAC and ACT member in good standing.
During the year the SIGs will meet periodically with the ACT Board of Directors and IAC Executive Committee.
Periodically the SIG structure and agenda is reviewed to ensure relevance to Government priorities.
For further information on the SIGs, contact John Shaw at email@example.com or 703-208-4800 ext. 222