Pink Elephant Nominations Now OpenITIL award winners will be recognized at Pink's annual Las Vegas conference in February 2007.
Since the United Kingdom's Office of Government Commerce (OGC) first developed ITIL in the late 1980s, it has gained recognition as an international IT industry standard and a framework to support IT governance initiatives.
ITIL Project of the Year
This award is presented to an organization. To receive a nomination, the organization must have:
ITIL Practitioner of the Year
This award is presented to an individual who:
A third award, ITIL Certification Student of the Year, is presented to the individual with the highest exam score in the ITIL Service Manager coursethe most advanced and rigorous level of ITIL education. Examination institutions provide nominations for this award, and past winners have come from Microsoft Canada Co., BearingPoint, and London Life Insurance Co.
Finally, Pink Elephant presents a fourth ITIL award that requires no nomination, but is determined at the conference by the attendees themselvesITIL Case Study Of The Year.
Eligible award recipients include practitioners delivering case studies that demonstrate concrete examples of successful ITIL implementation, and exclude vendor or Pink Elephant sessions.
The ITIL Awards nomination form is available on Pink Elephants website and must be submitted by December 15, 2006.
For further information on the nomination process for the ITIL Awards, please contact George Spalding, VP Global Events, at 1-888-273-7465.