Chapter Achievement Program (CAP) Website and Newsletter Content

 
IIA Chapter Achievement Program

Similar to the goals and objectives set by the organizations we work for and that we set for ourselves,  The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and its Chapters set goals and objectives that guide their efforts to achieve desired results. Chapters communicate the status of their efforts to The IIA through the CAP. The CAP recognizes the activities Chapters perform to promote The IIA's strategies and objectives and Chapters' local objectives.  It also sets minimum standards of performance for Chapters, and is a means for the IIA and Chapters to evaluate the achievement of established objectives. The CAP measures the ability of Chapter Leadership to meet its responsibilities in three categories: chapter health, professionalism and, most importantly, service to members. Points are earned for the activities Chapter Leadership and Chapter Members complete in these categories.

Chapters that attain the required point totals in each category and overall, are recognized as Bronze, Silver, or Gold Chapters.
Chapters that reach the Gold level in 10 of the last 11 years are recognized as Platinum Chapters.
Chapters that reach the Platinum level for 10 years are recognized as Ruby Chapters, for 15 years as Sapphire Chapters, and for 25 years as Diamond Chapters.
The Chicago Chapter is currently recognized as a Sapphire Chapter.