There is no best tool for an undefined job. Nobody can rationally decide whether a hammer or a power drill is the "best tool" without specifying what job the tool is supposed to do. So it is with certifications
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An international association will begin offering certification that recognizes the ability to bring governance principles to the way information and information technology are managed. The certification aims for deep knowledge in strategic alignment, performance measurement, value delivery, and risk and resource management.
OTTAWA - Municipal governments are working together for the first time in a formally constituted organization aimed at enabling municipalities from all regions of Canada to improve service delivery to citizens.
So maybe you're not all that worried about the gloomsters and doomsters who fret that hackers and malware and spyware and the whole shebang threaten the very foundations of e-government and e-commerce. That's fine. But you may wish to note in passing that the folks at Microsoft are taking it seriously.