The CIPS National Awards of Achievement is an opportunity for CIPS to show its sincere gratitude to those deserving individuals whose accomplishments warrant acknowledgement and praise. It is through these accomplishments that the IT industry continues to flourish successfully at a rapid pace.


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C.C. Gotlieb CIPS Contribution

For members who are widely recognized for outstanding contribution to CIPS through years of substantial efforts for the Society. All members are eligible for this award. Nominations may come from any CIPS member in good standing.


GALA (Got A Lot Accomplished)

For members in recognition of national, qualitative contributions resulting in specific advancement of the Society. All members are eligible for this award. Nominations may come from any CIPS member in good standing


Gary Hadford Professional Achievement

For members who are recognized by their peers for their integrity and expertise, for their outstanding achievements in fields related to information processing and who have a high degree of competence in their field. All members are eligible for this award. Nominations may come from any source, but must be co-signed by a CIPS member in good standing.


Marilyn Harris I.T. Professionalism

This award recognizes a certified member who best exemplifies the true value of the I.S.P. designation. Winners of the provincial awards are automatically entered. Nominations may come from any source, but must be co-signed by a CIPS member in good standing. Only certified members in good standing are eligible for this award.


Goodfellow Award (Previously known as the Volunteer of the Year)

This award recognizes contributions to the Society at the Provincial and National level. The recipient of the award is determined by the CIPS Achievement of Awards Committee.