TitleCIPS Computer Magazine : 1974 Canadian computer census, 1975 Canadian computer census
Canadian Information Processing Society
DescriptionThe Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) was founded in 1958 as a result of initiatives which came out of the first Canadian Conference on Computing and Data Processing. Its mission is to advance and self-regulate the information technology profession in Canada, certifying professionals against a standard of practice and competency, assigning the designation that recognizes level of experience, and accredits college and technical institute level computer science, computer engineering and business technology management programs. CIPS annually published a census of Canadian computer installations in the over $40,000 classification serving as a directory for IT professionals, sales and marketing professionals, and government officials to obtain information on which policy is based. The inventory consists of two issues:
Vol. 6 no. 12 December 1974 Canadian Computer Census;
Vol. 7 no. 1 January 1975 Canadian Computer Census.