Our IT communities and councils make our goal of advancing the IT industry possible. These information technology forums are filled with experts from a range of different IT industries and include thought leaders, consultants, as well as representatives from IT vendors and IT service providers. Between our ten IT communities and three IT Advisory Councils, members collaborate on initiatives that not only advance the global IT industry but shape its future, too.
Our IT communities are based on an open and collaborative philosophy. Each community has its own set of goals and initiatives and a leadership team capable of delivering its goals. The communities offer a forum for industry-specific networking opportunities and the chance to better understand your field and its direction.
CompTIA Advisory Councils
CompTIA's Advisory Councils play a vital role in our ability to deliver the highest quality of vendor-neutral education, IT certification, and IT advocacy. These invitation-only councils include representatives from a wide range of technologies, business models and market spaces. Council members have the unique opportunity to shape how CompTIA addresses critical issues in the IT industry.
Public Sector Councils
CompTIA Public Sector Councils serve as a collaborative source of knowledge, educational outreach and guidance to support and improve the development of the state and local government, human services, and space enterprise markets. Guided by CompTIA staff and led by CompTIA members, these councils identify, discuss and debate industry issues and challenges. Member companies engage with program leaders and elected officials while monitoring key legislative issues that affect their ability to do business.
CompTIA Communities Executive Board
Our Communities Executive Board is made up of 21 industry experts who help oversee and coordinate all of our member communities. By aligning each community’s objectives with members’ needs, the executive’s ensure each community serves its own needs as well as contributing to our direction as an association. Read More