Australian Computer Society (ACS) CEO, Bruce Lakin, has resigned.
He will leave the ACS in April. The recruitment process for a replacement is already underway.
Lakin said he didn’t have anything lined up at this stage.
“We’ll be looking to do an orderly transition for my replacement and we’ll see what develops after that,” Lakin said.
In a statement, ACS President, Anthony Wong, thanked Lakin for his significant achievements.
“Bruce leaves with our best wishes and our gratitude for his contribution to the Society,” Wong said.
“He has achieved significant improvement in the operations of the Society and advanced the relevancy and value proposition of the ACS to its members and key stakeholders, resulting in strong membership growth.”