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55 Years of CIPS!

In September 1958 a dedicated group of data processors (DP) got together to talk about common concerns of DP workers. That conference demonstrated to participants the value of sharing ideas, networking with fellow professionals, and learning about coming changes in the technology, practices, and management of information systems. This event sparked the formation of the Computing and Data Processing Society of Canada. In 1968, the society changed its name to the current CIPS - Canadian Information Processing Society. CIPS is proud to celebrate 55 years of its existence and is grateful for all of the CIPS members and volunteers that have contributed to the society over the years.

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CIPS Founder: Calvin C. (Kelly) Gotlieb

Meanings behind the CIPS Logos  

CIPS Corporate Partners

The following organizations support CIPS' commitment to professionalism, ethics, and high standards for the I.T. profession. 

CIPS thanks all its partners for their contribution! Become a CIPS Corporate Partner Today!


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