Austin, Texas, JW Marriott Austin, October 1-4, 2017
Baltimore, Maryland Baltimore Hilton, April 22-24, 2018
NASCIO public and private sector members greatly benefit from growing levels of communication and participation within the association. Increased private sector interest and participation in NASCIO events, however, make it necessary to implement the following guidelines and policies in order to preserve a carefully cultivated climate among the two membership factions. Vendor support and compliance with these guidelines and policies will enhance the value of the NASCIO meetings for both public and private sector participants.
Corporate membership in NASCIO is encouraged to provide meaningful interaction between state CIOs, their staff, and members of the vendor community. Mutual benefit is derived from this interaction whereby:
We respectfully remind all members that although NASCIO was founded for the exchange of information between public sector CIOs and their staff, vendors are invited to actively participate in NASCIO meetings and committee activities.
WHO SHOULD JOIN? Memberships are held in the name of the company.
MEMBERSHIP, CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION AND SPONSORSHIP
CORPORATE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (CLC)
CODE OF PRACTICE
For organizations that are umbrella/parent companies, subsidiaries may be covered under the membership of the umbrella group; however, membership does not permit co-branding/co-sponsoring of these companies on the NASCIO website or sponsorship materials. The combined total of conference attendees for the umbrella company and its subsidiaries will be three attendees. If more than three total attendees would like to attend a conference, the subsidiary company may hold a separate membership or sponsorship in order to take advantage of additional benefits.
Updated November 2017
For more information, please contact Lori Rempe, NASCIO Membership and Communications Coordinator at 859-514-9217 or lrempe@NASCIO.org.