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The BICSI Cares committee oversees all aspects of BICSI's charitable endeavors within BICSI Cares, Inc. BICSI Cares, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) entity, and all donations are tax deductible.

The Ethics committee develops and administers the Standards of Conduct and Code of Ethics that enhances the professional value of BICSI members and those holding BICSI credentials.

Program Coordination
The Program Coordination committee has a fixed membership consisting of Chairs of the following committees: Standards, Technical Information & Methods, Registrations & Credentialing Supervision, and Professional Development. The Program Coordination Committee is responsible for advising and making recommendations to the Board of Directors on BICSI programs affecting the product triangle in Publications (Reference Manuals/Standards), Education, and Credentialing.

Registrations and Credentials Supervision
The mission of the Registration and Credentials Supervision committee is to develop, maintain, and oversee all aspects of BICSI’s professional and occupational registration/certification programs for the purpose of providing industry respected, globally recognized, and broadly accepted products and services that enhance the abilities and stature of our credential holders.

Standards Program
The Standards Program participates in the development of telecommunications related standards, as well as notifies BICSI’s membership of changes within applicable standards that may affect them.

Technical Information & Methods
The Technical Information and Methods (TI&M) committee is responsible for writing and updating the BICSI design and installation technical manuals. In this role, the committee is composed of sitting subject matter expert (SME) members and other non-committee SMEs who assist in writing, performing reviews, making suggestions for applicable revisions and updates, and agree on changes through a consensus-based process. The TI&M Committee continually seeks qualified volunteers to work toward having an exceptional working team of ICT SMEs.

Professional Development
The Professional Development committee consists of four working groups including Future Education Needs & Trends, Mentorship, Emerging Professionals & Students, and Women in BICSI. 

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