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Reporting of New Officers

It is very important that geographic units report their change of officers/volunteers as soon as possible.

This will ensure that the IEEE Geographic Roster will be updated and that the appropriate individuals will have access to vTools, Entity Web Hosting services, and SAMIEEE - a Web enabled tool that allows ad-hoc querying, reporting, and downloading of IEEE membership data. Access to this system is limited to registered users with designated or automatic access.

The IEEE Geographic Roster is part of the IEEE Organization Roster. The data is pulled directly from the IEEE membership database, and therefore reflects the most current information available. Updates and corrections to contact information may be made by the individual volunteer using his or her Web account. The information in this Roster is restricted to individuals who have an IEEE Web account and is based on their current officer position or committee appointment. If your name is not listed in the roster, you will not have access to this information.

Please report all officer position changes at http://ewh.ieee.org/forms/scs/interactofficerform.php (Web account needed) as soon as possible. If you have any questions about officer reporting, please e-mail MGA Staff at scs-officer-report@ieee.org.

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