Board and Committees

A list of our board and committees is presented below.  The board and committees strive to present value to the membership of IFPUG and promote Function Points.

  • Board of Directors
    The IFPUG Board of Directors is elected by the membership. They strive to promote Function Point methodology and provide value to the membership.
  • Certification Committee
    The Certification Committee's mission is to develop and maintain a professional Function Point certification program for counting practitioners, training materials and software tools.
  • Communications and Marketing Committee
    The Communications and Marketing Committee is responsible for advising the membership on upcoming events and dues through the IFPUG website and weekly eBlasts.
  • Conference & Education Committee
    The Conference & Education Committee’s mission is to ensure that the conference meets or exceeds stated objectives and to successfully promote IFPUG, Function Point Analysis, and metrics as a whole. As such, the committee is responsible for conference planning and execution in support of the overall IFPUG vision.
  • Finance Committee
    The Finance Committee's mission is to assist the Treasurer in the management of the Association's financial affairs.
  • Functional Sizing Standards Committee
    Our committee is responsible for the oversight and maintenance of the IFPUG Counting Practices Manual, serving as a forum for resolving issues in counting methodology, producing periodic guidance content for the membership such as Case Studies, White Papers, iTips, Hot Topics webinars, and Helpful Hints videos. We will monitor the new IFPUG bulletin board (IFPUG-ISMA Insights) and continue supporting the Agile & Mobility interest groups. We will form new interest groups based on membership feedback.
  • International Membership Committee
    The mission of the International Membership Committee is to act as the voice of the membership. The Membership Committee is charged with enhancing the member’s experience, enhancing membership value and increasing membership.
  • ISO Committee
    The International Standards Organization (ISO) Committee is working on behalf of IFPUG members to advance Function Points as an international Software Engineering Standard through ISO/IEC JTC1 SC7. The Committee also participates in the development and review of other related Software Engineering Standards related to software lifecycle, software measurement, software process improvement, and benchmarking.
  • Non-Functional Sizing Standards Committee
    The NFSS committee is responsible for the oversight and maintenance of the IFPUG SNAP Assessment Practices Manual, serving as a forum for sizing and estimating software Non-Functional requirements. The committee will also resolve issues in SNAP counting methodology; provide periodic guidance content for the members such as Case Studies, White Papers, webinars, and Helpful Hints videos.