Scott Hungsinger

Director at Association of Information Technology Professionals

Scott Hungsinger

Scott Hungsinger

Director at Association of Information Technology Professionals

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Mr. Scott Hungsinger is on the Board of Directors at Association of Information Technology Professionals.

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Director at Association of Information Technology Professionals

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Chairman Emeritus at Association of Information Technology Professionals

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Partner & Chairman, Corporate & Securities Group at Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara & Wolf LLP

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The Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) is a professional association that focuses on information technology education for business professionals. The group is a non-profit US-oriented group, but its activities are performed by 62 local chapters organized on a geographic basis, and 286 student chapters at college and universities. The group was first organized in Chicago, USA, in 1949, as the National Machine Accountants Association (NMAA). It soon had over 20 chapters. Harvey W. Protzel, systems manager for Protzel's Company, was elected the first International President at the 1952 First Annual Convention in Minneapolis. In 1962, it adopted the more inclusive name, Data Processing Management Association (DPMA), and in 1996, the present name. The Association began its certification program with the Certificate in Data Processing (CDP) professional examination, first held in 1962 in New York. In 1970, it added the Registered Business Programmer (RBP) examination. In 1974, the Association joined in establishing the Institute for the Certification of Computer Professionals (ICCP) to administer the examination program and stimulate industry acceptance of the examinations. The certification is now called Certified Computing Professional (CCP).

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