British Computer Society BCS

The British Computer Society is a professional body and a learned society that represents those working in Information Technology both in the United Kingdom and internationally. Established in 1957, in 2009 it rebranded as BCS — The Chartered Institute for IT, although this has not been reflected in a legal name change. [1]
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2 Parliament oral evidence appearances

British Computer Society
Evidence Given
References
Oral Evidence given to Parliament Committees
November 2011
Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
Dr Michael Westmacott, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, but also representing the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Institution of Engineering and Technology gave evidence related to 09 November 2011 on 9 Nov. [2]
March 2011
Public Administration Select Committee
David Clarke MBE, Chief Executive Officer, British Computer Society gave evidence related to Good Governance: the effective use of IT on 15 Mar. [3]
References
1. Wikipedia. British Computer Society
2. United Kingdom Parliament. Uncorrected Evidence – 1537 – 09 Nov 2011, 9 Nov 2011
3. United Kingdom Parliament. Uncorrected Evidence – Good Governance: the Effective Use of IT – corrected evidence – 15 Mar 2011 – HC 715-ii – Good Governance: the effective use of IT
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