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  1. First Reading: Bylaws Amendment – Article IX Standing Committees – Section 8 (docx)
    Amendments to Article IX Standing Committees Section 8 would sunset the Intersociety Cooperation Committee (ICC). ICC’s purpose is to “encourage, develop, maintain, and evaluate relationships between the IEEE CS and other organizations with similar or related interests, for the purpose of benefiting the members of the IEEE CS and the profession.” 

    The rationale for retiring the ICC is that there is no need for a separate committee. ICC responsibilities would be added as responsibilities for the appropriate presidential position rather than be managed by a separate committee. There is sometimes confusion as to which relationships are managed by ICC and which aren’t. Those relationships would be clearly identified in the appropriate sections of the IEEE Computer Society Policies & Procedures Manual.

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