- Published: 28 July 2016
The Information and Communications Technology Testing Accreditation Advisory Committee (ICTT AAC) has acknowledged the need for technical representation on the committee and is seeking expressions of interest from individuals with technical expertise in the following discipline/s:
Australasian Information Security Evaluation Program (AISEP) and the Common Criteria Standard.
- Gaming Systems testing, including testing to the Australian / New Zealand Gaming Machine National Standard and applicable Australian State Appendices to this standard.
Applicants are expected to have:
- substantial practical experience in software testing and evaluation;
- good industry knowledge of the users of software testing services;
- demonstrated commitment to the principles of accreditation; and
- had exposure to the NATA accreditation process.
The ICTT AAC is established to provide input to NATA’s ICTT field of accreditation in a way that represents the interests of accredited facilities and the broader community.
The term of appointment for new members is five years and meetings of the Committee are held every 12 to 24 months. The next meeting is scheduled for December 2016. Further information regarding involvement on the ICTT AAC may be obtained from the document “Role of the AAC, Chairman and Members” which can also be viewed by navigating to About NATA > Structure > Role of AAC on our website.