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ISACA Global Achievement Awards are the highest awards presented by ISACA for distinguished service, exemplary achievements and contributions to advancing technology worldwide.

Click here to review the eligibility criteria for nominators, candidates, and endorsers.

Learn tips on how to write a quality nomination. 

The 2023 award nomination process will open in May 2022 and close 15 August 2022.

 

Awards, Scopes and Criteria

ISACA Technology for Humanity Award

  • Scope: Recognizes an individual, program or organization whose efforts in connecting with underserved communities or underrepresented individuals has helped bridge the digital divide.
  • Judging Criteria: innovative approach to community engagement and/or diversity initiatives; impact of achievement; evidence of advancing the community served; global reach of the initiative or communities served; evaluation of nominator and endorsers; timeliness of recognition; and quality of nomination.

ISACA Educational Excellence Award

  • Scope: Recognizes an inspiring educator or academic at the primary, secondary or tertiary educational level or an educational institution with inspiring initiatives who has empowered students to pursue careers advancing technology.
  • Judging Criteria: innovative approach to teaching concepts; creative curriculum design related to ISACA’s professional areas; inspirational leadership and/or mentoring of students; evaluation of nominator and endorsers; timeliness of recognition; and quality of nomination.

ISACA Inspirational Leadership Award

  • Scope: Recognizes a visionary leader who has inspired organizations and professionals to advance and adapt within a digital world.
  • Judging Criteria: strategies used to inspire collaboration among colleagues; demonstration of core values and leadership skills; challenges overcome; global reach of achievements; evaluation of nominator and endorsers; timeliness of recognition; and quality of nomination.

ISACA Innovative Solutions Award

  • Scope: Recognizes an individual or organization who has developed or utilized technology to solve business or societal challenges.
  • Judging Criteria: innovative use of technology or development of new technology; promoting ISACA’s core domains; impact of achievement; global reach of the solution; evaluation of nominator and endorsers; timeliness of recognition; and quality of nomination.

Learn more about the ISACA Hall of Fame recognizing member and volunteer service.