Working Groups of PIOEC

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Academe

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Working Groups


The PIoEC Board of Trustees may approve the creation of working groups. Working groups are established to achieve different objectives that will assist in achieving the mission and vision set forth by the PIoEC. The purpose of this document is to establish the framework for the PIoEC creating working groups and committees.

WORKING GROUP FORMATION
There are two ways in which a working group may be formed, as follows:

1. The Board of Trustees decides on the need for a group

2. A PIoEC Member recommends the creation of a group

Any group to be formed requires to be presented to the Board of Trustees for approval with a proposed charter. Should a group be recommended by a member, he/she should also be prepared to serve as the Chairman if approved by the Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees can also decide that the Chairman needs to be selected from the Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees has the responsibility to ensure that the working groups function properly with effective chairmanship and that all abide by the same open and transparent rules. The Board of Trustees shall oversee, review and approve the output of the working groups.

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The Public Sector Working Group

Mr. Chet Alviz

Mandate: To serve as a liaison between the Pubic Sector/Philippine Government, its chosen specific branches,groups and select individuals, and Philippine businesses within the scope of IOT/IOE. The PIOEC Public Sector Working Group PSWG aims to serve as an expert technical resource and influence branches, partners, groups and select individuals within the Philippine government as part of its overall legislative agenda for the betterment of the nation.

Status: Open to Membership
Supported by: Mr. Ian Wilson,, Dr. Jaime Caro

The PIOEC Sandbox

Mr. Gavin Barfield

Mandate: The PIOEC Sandbox Working Group will provide a venue for collaboration between IOT/IOE Subject matter experts and Philippine businesses aimed to identify and define members' issues and challenges, attempt to solve current member's problems and issues and serve as an incubator for innovation.

Status: Open to Membership
Supported by: Mr. Dan Lachica and Mr. Ian Wilson

The Academe Working Group

Dr. Jaime Caro

Mandate : To serve as a liaison between the the Academe, its chosen specific groups and select individuals and educators, and Philippine businesses within the scope of IOT/IOE. The PIOEC Academe Working Group (AWG) aims to serve as an expert technical resource and influence groups, select individuals and educators within the Academe for IOT/IOE and related topics within the school's academic curriculum.

Status: Open to Membership
Supported by: Mr. Gavin Barfield and Mr. Francisco Castillo

The Membership Working Group

Mr. Ian Wilson

Objectives : The main objectives of the Membership Committee are to promote the PIoEC and encourage companies, organizations and technology enthusiasts to become members; to identify membership categories, make recommendation and oversee the membership application process; advocate to raise awareness about PIoEC to boost its profile and establish its presence in the Industry. The Membership Committee will report to the Board of Trustees for approvals.

Responsibilities:

• Solicit new members
• Member categories and approval process recommendation to the Board of Trustees
• Organizing membership renewals on an annual basis, including reporting to Board of Trustees on non-renewals and reasons