Learn more about the Intersociety Cooperation Committee, its mission, and its members.
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The Intersociety Cooperation Committee’s (ICC) purpose is to stimulate the development of relationships between IEEE Computer Society and other organizations with similar or related interests for the purpose of benefiting the members of IEEE Computer Society and the profession.
The ICC interacts and may establish formal relations with entities within IEEE and other national and international professional and scientific organizations that have missions in the fields of interest of the Computer Society.
The ICC coordinates related relationship policies on behalf of the Computer Society, with the appropriate vice presidents, representatives to external organizations, and other volunteer leaders of the Society. The ICC acts as a catalyst for cooperative activities that are agreeable to the responsible program boards and committees of the Society.
The committee is chaired by the past president as chair, president, president-elect, and the subcommittee chairs.
To find out about Computer Society Sister Societies and the Sister Society Associate program, visit our Sister Societies page.