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The ComSoc Ombudsman shall be the first point of contact for reporting a dispute or complaint related to Society activities and/or volunteers. The Ombudsman will investigate, provide direction to the appropriate IEEE resources if necessary, and/or otherwise help settle these disputes at an appropriate level within the Society.  (See Bylaws)

Steve Weinstein
IEEE Communications Society Ombudsman
c/o Executive Director
3 Park Avenue  17 Floor
NY  NY  10017

Complaint Form [mail/email to address above]

Motion: 12:15 “that BoG2 create an ombudsman position within ComSoc by adding the following text to ComSoc Bylaws" (See Article 3.8.10)


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IEEE Communications Society
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17th Floor
New York, NY 10016
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Phone - 212 705 8900

Fax - 212 705 8999

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IEEE Communications Society
3 Park Avenue
17th Floor
New York, NY 10016

Tel:  (212) 705-8900
Fax: (212) 705-8999