• have representatives in the Computing Research Association (CRA), a premier resource for information about computer science education and technology-related public policy in the US;
• have representatives on the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP);
• share metadata in respective digital libraries;
• promote Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 5-11, 2011);
• developed and maintain the widely adopted curricula for computing, computer engineering, computer science, software engineering, and information science;
• sponsor the graduate software engineering curriculum;
• are working together to develop the Partnership for Advancing Computing Education (PACE), to be recognized as a cross-organization unified voice in support of computing education; and
• sponsor the aforementioned annual SC Conference (Nov. 12-18, 2011, Seattle, WA), the International Conference on Software Engi-neering (June 2-9, 2012, Zurich, Switzerland), along with many other conferences.