International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)
Fédération internationale pour le traitement de l'information
Federación Internacional para el Tratamiento de la Información
Internationale Föderation für Datenverarbeitung
Founded under the auspices of UNESCO, following 1st International Conference on Information Processing, June 1959, Paris (France), also under the sponsorship of UNESCO.
Provide a meeting place for IT societies' members to share experience and discuss challenges and opportunities; contribute to, and often lead, progress in state-of-the-art knowledge and practice.
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General Assembly (annual); Board (meets annually); Executive Board; Technical Assembly; Technical Committees; Standing Committees (10); Technical Committees (14); Working Groups; Special Interest Groups; Secretariat in Laxenburg (Austria).
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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