Conference of Iberoamerican Authorities on Informatics
Conférence des autorités ibéroaméricaines en matière d'informatique
Conferencia de Autoridades Iberoamericanas de Informatica (CAIBI)
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1970, as Conference of Latin American Authorities on Informatics – Conferencia de Autoridades Latinoamericanas de Informatica (CALAI), also referred to in English as Conference of Latin American Data-Processing Authorities. Present name and new statutes adopted 1994.
Promote knowledge and application of information technology in all the member countries; promote exchange of experiences related to informatics policies and network use; act as a consulting body for international organizations; implement international technical cooperation programmes; carry out human resources training projects.
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