IEEE Computer Society Governance Resources
Explore documents that govern leadership activities of the Computer Society
IEEE Computer Society Governing Documents
- IEEE Computer Society Constitution – Rev. October 2012 (pdf), (html)
- IEEE Computer Society Bylaws, Rev. June 2023 (pdf), (html)
- First Reading: Bylaws Amendment – Article IX Standing Committees – Section 8 (docx)
Amendments to Article IX Standing Committees Section 8 would sunset the Intersociety Cooperation Committee (ICC). ICC’s purpose is to “encourage, develop, maintain, and evaluate relationships between the IEEE CS and other organizations with similar or related interests, for the purpose of benefiting the members of the IEEE CS and the profession.” The rationale for retiring the ICC is that there is no need for a separate committee. ICC responsibilities would be added as responsibilities for the appropriate presidential position rather than be managed by a separate committee. There is sometimes confusion as to which relationships are managed by ICC and which aren’t. Those relationships would be clearly identified in the appropriate sections of the IEEE Computer Society Policies & Procedures Manual.
- IEEE Computer Society Policies & Procedures Manual (PPM) – Rev. October 2022 (pdf)
IEEE Computer Society Operations Handbooks
- Finance Committee Handbook (pdf)
- Members and Geographic Activities Board Handbook (pdf)
- T&C Board Handbook
- Technical Meetings Handbook
Board of Governors Meetings and Resources
- View upcoming scheduled meetings, past meeting notes, and information on expense reports.
IEEE Computer Society Brand Guide
- View our basic usage guidelines for IEEE Computer Society branding and how to utilize them to create consistent communications.
- IEEE volunteers and staff are invited to utilize the IEEE Computer Society Meeting Center at the Los Alamitos, CA office for any upcoming or recurring meetings. Learn more about meeting spaces and how to reserve one.
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