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Governing Committee

Committees: With reference the article 6, subsection 6.17, institute code of conduct, there shall be a committee members of the institute who shall be appointed by the executive board in consultation with the governing council of the institute and who shall confirm on qualified persons, degrees, diplomas and honorary titles awarded by the Council of the Institute. Each Committee shall consist of three (3) members. Apart from the mandated Committee as stated by the code of conduct, the Executive Director, Council Chair and President shall form an adhoc or immediate Steering Committee to look into issues that needs immediate attention.

Group: With reference the article 6, subsection 6.18, there shall be a youth, women, men and other groups that shall be established in pursuance of the institute missions and visions.

 Professional Conduct and Ethics Committee (PCEC)

In the pursuit of the practice of project management profession, the Professional Conduct and Ethics Committee oversee the practice and conduct of members in execute their work as members of IPMP in order to earn and maintain the confidence of team members, colleagues, employees, employers, customers, clients, the public, and the global community at large in all respect.  The committee shall be headed by an appointed member and assist by director of membership of the institute.

 Function/Responsibilities

The functions of the committee include:

  1. To educate present and upcoming members on their ethical responsibilities, roles and duties as professionals. The Committee shall also be responsible for discipline among members.
  2. To ensure that the IPMP earns and sustain the trust of the public. The identification and recommending to management for engaging event management experts/financiers/sponsors when required.
  3. Responsible for developing innovative programs to motivate members (licensed, graduates and students) at the regional levels to expand and sustain networking among members.
  4. Responsible for advising the Board on social concerns of members.
  5. Quorum: The quorum for the transaction of business shall be three (3).
  6. Powers: The committee shall have power to recommend to the President the imposition of any of the penalties enumerated under this Statute. Such recommendation shall be communicated to Council.

Finance and Projects Administration Committee (FPAC)

The committee focuse on strategic development and/or implementation of general finance and special projects in the Business Integration Department, i.e., Acquisition integration, Home Dialysis Division growth plans and current state improvement plans, or managed all projects.  General administration for diverse projects within the scope of Business Integration involves total project accountabilities to move from integration and pilot phases to implementable operations of acquisitions, innovation projects/pilots, contractual relationships, care coordination programs and other integration priorities for enterprise integration. This shall be headed by the director of finance and assisted by the director of strategic & special projects

 

Functions of the Committee

The functions of the committee include:

  1. Strengthens and professionalizes the integration effort, advising on optimum structures and helping to build-out dedicated teams and deliverables
  2. Advising the Board and assist management on fund mobilization strategies and investment opportunities
  3. Working closely with a variety of functional groups who are responsible for project or deal execution, to refine and develop processes; process development includes transitions timelines and milestones from the pre- to post-acquisition, or pre- and post-implementation cycles
  4. Ensuring that projects of IPMP are executed within the financial policies defined by the IPMP or the Board
  5. Influences business sponsors and educates functional leads on integration best practices to help shape and embed a best-in-class integration culture at IPMP
  6. Periodically evaluating the Institute’s investment policies, practices and portfolio and making appropriate recommendations to the Board
  7. Any other function as may be prescribed by the governing council or requested by the secretariat

Professional Academics and Examination Committee (PAEC)

Subject to the code of conduct, and the approval of Council, this committee will be headed and assisted by an Educationalist.

Functions of the Committee

The functions of the committee include:

  1. To determine and establish the educational policy for the Institute and generally to regulate the programme of instruction and examination held by the Institute. (The policy fashioned by the Academic Board shall be in consonance with the State’s Institute Educational Policy).
  2. To promote practical research within the Institute and to require reports from the Academic Divisions concerned from time to time on research being done;
  3. To approve the appointment of internal and external examiners on the recommendations of the Boards of the Academic Divisions/Faculties and Council;
  4. To suspend or remove examiners for negligence or other sufficient cause during their terms of office and in the case of death, illness or resignation of an examiner or in the case of his suspension or removal to appoint a substitute;

 Corporate Public Relation Committee (CPRC)

This committee will be headed by the registrar and responsible for providing technical and professional advice to Management on publicity and public relations issues with respect to the following:

  • The media, corporate institutions, employee relations, community relations, governmental relations, client relations, international relations, and any other relevant stakeholder public relations concerns.

Professional Academics Development Committee (PADC)

Subject to the Law, and the approval of Council, this committee will be headed and assisted by an Educationalist.

The committee will:

  1. Periodically review and upgrade the continuing professional education and development programs and processes
  2. Devise innovative ways by which Membership Annual Seminar (MAS) can be effectively financed and organized
  3. Devise innovative means of increasing public and corporate participation in the Institute’s MAS and consulting skills development programmes
  4. Develop and commission development of modules and manuals for MAS of the institute
  5. Any other function as may be prescribed by the Board or requested by the research and continuing professional development directorate

IT & Information Support Committee

Subject to the Law, and the approval of Council, this committee will be made of IT Professionals.

 6.23.1 Functions of the Committee

The functions of the committee include:

  1. Establishing a shared vision of how information technology can add value to the institution;
  2. Establishing information technology goals, and the strategies for achieving those goals;
  3. Establishing principles and guidelines for making information technology decisions and managing initiatives;
  4. Overseeing the management of institutional information technology initiatives;
  5. Providing a vehicle through which members of the end user community participate in information technology planning and decision-making;
  6. Establishing and communicating institutional information technology priorities;
  7. Determining information technology priorities in resource allocation;
  8. Establishing, amending and retiring, as necessary, institutional information technology and other technology related policies, and
  9. Determining the distribution of responsibility between the Office of Information Services, other committees and as well as end users.

Meetings of the Committees

  1. The Heads of the committee will convey a meeting of all the Committee at least twice in a year.  At least seven (7) days written notice shall be given to all members for ordinary meetings.
  2. Emergency meetings will be convened by the Heads of the Committee at any time upon giving all members three (3) days’ written notice by mail.
  3. A special meeting of the Committees can be conveying on the written request of at least three (3) members of the Board Committees, submitted to the president with a statement of the matters to be discussed at such special meeting.  In the event of such a request the head shall convene a special meeting within seven (7) days of the receipt of the request, specifying in the notice of such meeting those matters to be considered.
  4. The quorum for the transaction of business of the Committee will not be less than one half (½) of its members.