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Governance Documents

The Signal Processing Society is governed by an Executive Committee and a Board of Governors, comprising Society Officers, and Members-at-Large and Regional Directors-at-Large who are appointed or elected, respectively, by voting members of the Society and oversee activities for the Society at large and at the regional level. In addition, numerous boards and committees oversee society conferences and events, awards, membership, publications and technical activities, as well as standing committees and society liaisons who work to ensure activities meet the Society’s vision and mission.

Please browse the links below to view the Society’s bylaws, constitution, policy and procedures, and IEEE’s governing documents.

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