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Location: Normandie Farm Restaurant, Potomac MD
Showcase Topic: Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Framework Overview

Please join us for a discussion that will profile the Information Technology Infrastructure Language (ITIL)
framework. This framework for delivering IT services is the most widely accepted in the world,
developed in Great Britain in the 1980’s and built on ever since.

The ITIL certification is a very popular one among project managers, particularly those who are focused
on IT projects. The Foundation level certification is one of the most widely sought after certification over
the past few years. In February, a 3 day class will be offered to PMI-MC members, and this session before
our dinner meeting in December will help you determine your interest in the topic.

Presenter: Mr. Andrew McCann, PMP, ITIL v3, ITIL Practioner (Former Chapter Officer)

Andy McCann, a former member of the Board of Directors for the chapter and an ITIL
Expert. Andy currently has 10 ITIL certifications, including that of certified instructor, and will be leading
this session, as well as teaching the February class.
Andy has a BS in Information Systems and Telecommunications Systems from UMUC, and a MS in the
same discipline from Johns Hopkins. He has many years of experience in IT Operations, in the research
industry and consulting for many Federal Government clients.

Discussion will begin at 5:30pm preceding the monthly PMI dinner program and last about 45 minutes. We will meet in one of the small banquet rooms at Normandie Farm (look for signs on the way in)

Please grab a refreshing drink from the bar and join the discussion!
Date: 12/06/2017 05:30 PM



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