Council of European Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS)
1988 London UK
1988, London (UK). Registered in accordance with Dutch law, 1991.
Recognizing the impact of informatics on employment, business, education and society: improve and promote high standards among informatics professionals; promote development of the Information Society through digital literacy, skills, education, research and professionalism; raise the profile and promote the views of European informatics societies and informatics professionals to the European Commission and other European institutions.
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Council (meets twice a year). Executive Committee, including President, Past-President or President-Elect, 3 Vice-Presidents, Honorary Secretary and Honorary Treasurer. Task forces (4): IT Professionalism; Women in ICT; Green ICT; Research. Special Interest Networks (SINs): Legal and Security Issues (CEPIS LSI SIN); Software Quality Group (CEPIS SQ SIN). Secretariat in Brussels (Belgium).
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