The National Computing Centre (NCC) is the single largest and most diverse corporate membership body in the UK IT sector.
NCC champions the effective deployment of IT to maximise the competitiveness of its members' business, and serves the corporate, vendor and government communities.
NCC delivers a continuum of services including; independent and impartial advice and support, best practice and standards, personal and professional development, managed service delivery, awareness raising and experience sharing.
These services are designed to support IT and IS professionals and their teams throughout their management careers and faciliate operational excellence in the industry. NCC is a social enterprise owned by and run for the benefit of its members.
Intellect is the UK trade association for the IT, telecoms and electronics industries.
Its members account for over 80% of these markets and include blue-chip multinationals as well as early stage technology companies.
These industries together generate around 10% of UK GDP and 15% of UK trade.
The Construction Industry Computing Association (CICA) is the independent membership programme for ICT decision-makers in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction sector. It has a 30 year track record in promoting, facilitating and enabling best practice in the sector.
CICA provides truly independent guidance and facilitates genuine peer to peer networking and experience sharing to enable its members to improve their performance and competitiveness through the effective use of information and communications technology.
In today’s world with ICT decision makers facing an ever increasing set of pressing challenges, it is good to know that you can turn to an independent and impartial organisation dedicated to helping AEC sector professionals like you to deliver effective ICT solutions.
Computer Weekly is the UK's most influential business and technology publication for IT
Its track record for independent and authoritative coverage of the critical issues affecting IT departments spans four decades of award-winning journalism.
Computer Weekly's work has been recognised by a wide range of organisations including the Campaign for the Freedom of Information and the publishing industry's leading body the Periodical Publishers Association (PPA).
In 2004, Computer Weekly's investigative reporting of the NHS IT Programme was awarded the prestigious PPA Editorial Campaign of the Year.
Computer Weekly is proud to partner the BCS IT Industry Awards to identify and to celebrate innovation and best practice among the UK's IT professionals and IT departments.
These awards provide an important platform to showcase excellence in our profession.