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Becoming an Interested Industry Participant (IIP)

IIP status is open to organisations who can demonstrate they would find it beneficial to be kept informed of changes going through the MRA Change Management process and under discussion at MRASCo meetings. Commonly, IIPs are Supplier Agents, consultancies, or software providers. 

IIPs are provided with all change and issue documentation such as Change Proposals, MRA Development Board (MDB) papers and minutes.

IIPs are also entitled to respond to Change Proposal Impact Assessments and will receive copies of new versions of MRA Products when they are released.

The Application Process

To apply to become an IIP, please complete the IIP Registration form below and send it to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Upon receipt of the completed Registration form, you will be sent a Confidentiality Agreement for you to sign and return. Upon receipt of this signed Agreement, a paper will be presented to the MRA Development Board (MDB) to make a decision.

Having an IIP Status

As part of the application to become an IIP, the organisation will be asked to appoint an MRA Change Administrator (MCA) to be the single point of contact within the organisation for all Change Management matters. 

For information about the MRA Change Management process, please see MAP17 (this can be found under the MRA Products area of the website).

Guideline 21 provides participants with information on access to MRA documentation.

You can download the relevant documentation from the links below.

Downloads

Documents can be downloaded using the links below:

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