Frequently Asked Questions
IAITAM Organizational Role Definition:
– The ITAM function shall constitute a primary point of responsibility for maintaining life-cycle management information for IT assets throughout the organization.
– Included in this responsibility are development and maintenance of policies, standards, processes, systems and measurements that enable the organization to manage IT assets with respect to risk, cost, control, governance, compliance and business performance objectives as established by the business.
– The IT Asset Management function integrates the physical, technological, contractual and financial aspects of information technology assets to enable a holistic and proactive approach to achieving the objectives.
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Once an individual obtains the CITAM™ he/she will be proficient in multiple areas of IT Asset Management. CITAM™ is recognized in the industry as the highest available Certification in Information Technology Asset Management.
IAITAM™ will continue to update the courses and certification tracks as needed based upon changes in the industry due to legislative or as software and hardware vendor’s guidelines change. Certification must be renewed on an annual basis to remain current. Recertification periods are determined by IAITAM™ based on membership feedback. In the event of major course content revision, additional training may be required based on IAITAM™ approved requirements.
– Acquisition Management
– Asset Identification
– Communication and Education
– Compliance Management
– Disposal Management
– Documentation Management
– Financial Management
– Legislation Management
– Policy Management
– Program Management
– Project Management
– Vendor Management