Twin Cities Quality Assurance Association

Twin Cities Quality Assurance Association (TCQAA)

Upcoming TCQAA Board Elections

 TCQAA will be holding our annual election of Officers of the Board at our May 9th meeting.

At this time, we are accepting nominations for the following positions:

  • Vice President (2-year term, as you move into the President role in 2nd year)
  • Program Chair
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer in Training
All nominations must be received in writing to the board by April 30th.     

For more details on the positions listed, please check out the Officers Descriptions page  http://www.tcqaa.org/Officers  or email us at officers@tcqaa.org with any questions or your nomination.




Mission Statement:


To support a thriving community of quality assurance professionals in the Twin Cities.


Organizational Charter:
TCQAA (a local chapter of QAIUSA) is a local Twin Cities non-profit organization dedicated to the proliferation of knowledge of software testing and process.  We dedicate ourselves and our resources to the promotion of software testing techniques, tools, processes, and technologies and the advancement of software testing as a profession.

Located in the metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, TCQAA has been supporting software organizations and information technology professionals since 1986.  TCQAA’s vision is to disseminate and promote quality assurance concepts, principles and practices in information technology across all industries.

Membership in the Association is open to all individuals and organizations interested and/or involved in software quality assurance and/or software quality control.  Membership helps support this local organization.

Objectives:

  • Provide monthly presentations on software quality and related topics by experts and by members
  • Facilitate the exchange of quality software ideas among IT professionals
  • Provide the educational opportunities for IT professionals and others who advocate quality software
  • Promote information and concepts about IT quality practices
  • Provide an opportunity to earn recertification credits towards professional certifications through membership and attendance at educational programs
  • Maintain lines of communication with other professional associations and foster cooperative activities of common interest

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