|IITPSA National Office
The Institute’s National Office (Secretariat) is responsible for relations with organizations such as
Government and other players in the IT sector; promoting the interests of the members and the
society; organising events; and managing the Institute’s administration and day-to-day operations.
It processes Membership Applications, maintains Membership Records and is responsible for
mailings to Members.
The National Office has meeting facilities which are used for Board, Members’ Council and
Management Committee meetings, and which may be used by members by arrangement.
Adjacent [50 metres] facilities include a Conference Centre, Hotel and Restaurant. Let us
know if you require assistance with arrangements at these locations.
|Telephone||+27 87 655 1679 / 086 100 2772
|Fax||+27 11 315 2276|
|Fax||086 600 6463|
|Physical Address||IITPSA NPC
Unit 4, Probuild Commercial Park
347 James Crescent
P.O. Box 1714,
|Business Hours||08h00 to 16h30 Monday – Thursday
08h00 to 15h30 Fridays
|Collection Hours||IMPORTANT NOTICE – COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS – 17 March 2020
In order to protect our members, other stakeholders and our staff, IITPSA
|[Executive Director & CEO]||Tony Parry|
|[Marketing / PR]||Marketing / PR|
|[General Information]||Head Office|
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