QUDIT Membership provides –
- a vehicle for collective lobbying of government and other organisations;
- the opportunity to develop and deliver shared ICT services as a community
- access to the outcomes of QUDIT community projects eg. EDUROAM access in Health Precincts;
- technical advice & support from other members.
- reimbursement for certain travel and accommodation costs for QUDIT workshops and board meetings
Membership of QUDIT has two categories:
- Voting Membership;
- Personal Membership.
Each organisation shall be entitled to one Voting Member, who shall be an officer who contributes strategic ICT leadership to the organisation and who normally manages core ICT services and infrastructure. Additional organisations entitled to a voting member may be elected from time to time by resolution of the voting members.
Individuals who can contribute to the objectives and work of the committee, may be invited to join the committee for one year as may be determined from time to time by resolution of the members. Renewal of personal membership will be by vote of the Committee.
Personal Members shall have all the rights of audience and debate on all issues, unless the majority of voting members present determine otherwise on a case by case basis, but are not eligible to vote. They are not eligible to sit on the Executive unless specific exemption is given by resolution of the voting members.