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Privacy Policy

CIPS collects personal information for the use by staff and member volunteers to:


1) distribute societal information 5) process authorized payments
2) promote programs, services and member benefits 6) facilitate networking
3) solicit member views 7) harness member expertise
4) analyze demographic information on members  


CIPS distributes mailing information to authorized business partners providing member benefits at the time a member subscribes for a particular service. In the event that membership is not renewed, all information is retained for three years and then achieved for demographic analysis by staff and volunteers

All members have access to their personal information through the On-line Membership Directory where they can make corrections directly. Members must verify their identity with a user ID and password provided to the member upon joining.

Members may also view their information directly at the CIPS National office, or via fax. A valid membership card must be produced to obtain this information. On site requests will be answered immediately; all other requests will be answered within 3 business days. All fax requests will be confirmed via the member’s telephone number on file.

The Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) makes its mailing list available only to third parties who provide services or conduct research that is of interest to IT professionals and the IT industry. Each request for use of the CIPS mailing list is evaluated by the CIPS executive on a one-time-use-only basis.

CIPS does not sell or rent its list and does not gain any financial benefits from making the list available.


CIPS Corporate Partners

The following organizations support CIPS' commitment to professionalism, ethics, and high standards for the I.T. professionCIPS thanks all its partners for their contribution. Become a CIPS Corporate Partner Today! - Send an email to

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