Bylaws are rules and regulations adopted by the Society for governing its members and for the overall management of its affairs. They provide guidance to govern all phases of the organization, management and activities, as outlined in the Constitution. Bylaws may not be in conflict with the Constitution. Bylaws are approved and amended by the Board of Governors and may be changed as Society interests evolve.
The IEEE Communications Society embraces the science, technology and applications supporting the transfer and organization of information, of diverse media types and formats, through communication networks and channels. Society organization and operations are in accordance with the IEEE Constitution.
These are the policies and procedures of the IEEE Communications Society. This is meant to be a living document; new policies and procedures will be inserted and indexed as they are approved. It will be filled out over time as formal policies are drafted by individual entites.
The IEEE ComSoc Bog leadership from 1964 to the present.
IEEE Communications Society's strategic plan encompasses the broad long-term (usually 3-5 years) goals/objectives laid out by our officers that set the direction for the Society.
IEEE Communications Society co-sponsored publications memorandum of understanding.
The IEEE Communications Society Board of Governors holds two scheduled OpCom meetings during the year.
The IEEE Communications Society Board of Governors holds two scheduled BoG meetings during the year.
IEEE Communications Society Councils and their board hold two scheduled meeting during the year.
Motions that passed during BoG and Opcom meetings.
A document highlighting the many activities of the IEEE Communications Society for the five year review done by the IEEE Technical Activities Board (TAB) Society Review Committee (SRC).
Volunteer leaders, staff & organization directory of the IEEE Communications Society.