International Association for Computer Information Systems
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Welcome to IACIS!

Vision Statement: Our vision is to be one of the leading international academic information systems and technology professional organizations.

Mission Statement: We value activities that develop the knowledge and skills of information systems and technology academics, by providing a forum for networking and discussing research ideas and findings, encouraging the sharing of teaching best practices, and supporting the development of high quality curriculum.

The International Association for Computer Information Systems (IACIS) is a nonprofit association founded in 1960 and dedicated to the improvement of information systems and the education of information systems and computer professionals. These goals are accomplished through various activities, recognition awards, and publications.

The Journal of Computer Information Systems (JCIS)
Published four times a year, the Journal of Computer Information Systems (JCIS) is the forum for IACIS members and other information systems and business professionals to present their research and ideas. Each issue provides a wealth of timely and informative articles, as well as thought-provoking commentaries. The editor and editorial review board are committed to providing members with the best quality articles in a timely manner, ensuring a journal that members will find useful as well as informative in their teaching and professional activities.

Issues in Information Systems (IIS)
IIS is the official publication of the IACIS Annual Conference. IIS is a refereed, serial publication of IACIS that is registered with the US Library of Congress (ISSN 1529-7314) and listed in the Eighth Edition of Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Management and Marketing. Volume I of IIS was published with the 2000 IACIS Annual Conference. All submissions to IIS are double-blind refereed.

The IACIS Annual Conference
The IACIS annual conference gives professors and other information systems professionals the opportunity to meet, discuss timely issues, and participate in the presentation and discussion of research, applications, and other technology-related topics. The conference also provides a forum for individuals from diverse geographical locations and varied working and teaching environments to come together and discuss educational and other important topics. Papers accepted for presentation at the conference are reviewed, and those selected are assembled in a refereed serial publication distributed to all conference participants and is also available for purchase by other interested individuals and organizations. Other presentations are published in the conference proceedings. IACIS tries to schedule the Annual Conference at a site outside the United States every third or fourth year.