Information & Communication Technology

  • Advancing Women in Technology (AWT)

    Based in Orange County, Advancing Women in Technology (AWT) serves all of Southern California including Greater Los Angeles and San Diego. Advancing Women in Technology is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of women in technology through the endowment of educational scholarships and the creation of opportunities to enhance personal and professional growth, working closely with the business community to facilitate diversity and proficiency.
  • American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS)

    For 63 years, the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) has served a distinguished and diverse membership. Its 6,260 members are divided into eleven sections spanning the forensic enterprise. Included among the Academy's members are physicians, attorneys, dentists, toxicologists, physical anthropologists, document examiners, digital evidence experts, psychiatrists, physicists, engineers, criminalists, educators, digital evidence experts, and others.
  • American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)

    The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) is a nonprofit scientific society devoted to advancing the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines.
  • American College of Healthcare Care Administrators (ACHCA)

    The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) aspires to be the leading force in promoting excellence in leadership among long-term care administrators. Founded in 1962, ACHCA is a non-profit professional membership association which provides superior educational programming, professional certification, and career development opportunities for its members.
  • American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)

    The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) is the premier association of health information management (HIM) professionals worldwide. Serving 52 affiliated component state associations and more than 101,000 health information professionals, it is recognized as the leading source of "HIM knowledge," a respected authority for rigorous professional education and training. Founded in 1928 to improve health record quality, AHIMA has played a leadership role in the effective management of health data and medical records needed to deliver quality healthcare to the public.
  • American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T)

    Since 1937, the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) has been the association for information professionals leading the search for new and better theories, techniques, and technologies to improve access to information. ASIS&T counts among its membership some 4,000 information specialists from such fields as computer science, linguistics, management, librarianship, engineering, law, medicine, chemistry, and education; individuals who share a common interest in improving the ways society stores, retrieves, analyzes, manages, archives and disseminates information, coming together for mutual benefit.
  • American Statistical Association (ASA)

    The American Statistical Association (ASA) is the world’s largest community of statisticians, the "Big Tent for Statistics." The ASA supports excellence in the development, application, and dissemination of statistical science through meetings, publications, membership services, education, accreditation, and advocacy. Members serve in industry, government, and academia in more than 90 countries, advancing research and promoting sound statistical practice to inform public policy and improve human welfare.
  • Antenna Measurement Techniques Association (AMTA)

    The Antenna Measurement Techniques Association (AMTA) was formed in 1979, and incorporated in the state of Georgia, USA on March 10, 1989 as a non-profit professional organization open to individuals with an interest in antenna measurements.
  • Association for Computer Operations Management (AFCOM), Southern California

    AFCOM (formerly known as the Association for Computer Operations Management) advances data center professionals by delivering comprehensive and vendor-neutral education and peer-to-peer networking to its members around the globe. Through forward-looking research by Data Center Institute, publications including Data Center Management Magazine, local chapters, regional symposiums, and major events like Data Center World, AFCOM supports thousands of data center professionals in their career advancement. In serving the greater data center industry for more than 30 years, AFCOM has earned recognition as the market leader in connecting the data center community. AFCOM’s local chapter program is designed to help members build relationships with peers and learn from industry experts. This is done through regional meetings that take place in small group settings. Members who become involved in local chapters gain insight into current data center issues, have instant connections to resources and information, and are part of a team of industry professionals in their area.
  • Association For Computer Operations Management (AFCOM)

    The association for Computer Operations Management (AFCOM) is an association for data center industry professionals with over 4,000 members nationwide, including any and all professionals related to data center management and operations, including data center managers, operations managers, MIS directors, CIOs, CTOs and other IS/IT professionals, as well as students of computer science.
  • Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

    The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is widely recognized as the premier membership organization for computing professionals, delivering resources that advance computing as a science and a profession; enable professional development; and promote policies and research that benefit society.
  • Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

    The Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) is a professional association of thousands of educators and others whose activities are directed toward improving instruction through technology.
  • Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI)

    The Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), formerly the American Association for Medical Transcription, is the world’s largest professional society representing the clinical documentation sector whose purpose is to set and uphold standards for education and practice in the field of health data capture and documentation that ensure the highest level of accuracy, privacy, and security for the U.S. healthcare system in order to protect public health, increase patient safety, and improve quality of care for healthcare consumers. AHDI works to advocate for workforce development and credentialing in allied health and the critical role of the technology-enabled documentation knowledge worker in the electronic health record (EHR).
  • Association for Information Management Professionals (ARMA)

    Established in 1955, the Association for Information Management Professionals (ARMA) International is a not-for-profit professional association and the authority on managing records and information – paper and electronic. Its approximately 10,000 members include records managers, archivists, corporate librarians, imaging specialists, legal professionals, IT managers, consultants, and educators, all of whom work in a wide variety of industries, including government, legal, healthcare, financial services, and petroleum in the United States, Canada, and 30-plus other countries.
  • Association for Information Systems (AIS)

    The Association for Information Systems (AIS) serves society through the advancement of knowledge and the promotion of excellence in the practice and study of information systems. AIS is the premier professional association for individuals and organizations who lead the research, teaching, practice, and study of information systems worldwide.
  • Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)

    The Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), founded in 1981, is an international, not-for-profit, educational organization with the mission of advancing Information Technology in Education and E-Learning research, development, learning, and its practical application.
  • Association for Women in Computing (AWC)

    The Association for Women in Computing (AWC) was founded in Washington, D.C. in 1978 and is one of the first professional organizations for women in computing. AWC is dedicated to promoting the advancement of women in the computing professions. Members include many types of computer professionals, such as programmers, system analysts, operators, technical writers, Internet specialists, trainers and consultants.
  • Association for Women in Science (AWIS)

    The Association for Women in Science is today's premiere leadership organization advocating the interests of women in science and technology. For nearly 40 years, the Association for Women in Science has fought for equity and career advancement for women – from the bench to the board room.
  • Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T)

    Founded in 1937 as the American Documentation Institute, the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) members are at the forefront in examining the technical bases, social consequences, and theoretical understanding of online databases, widespread use of databases in government, industry, and education, and the development of the Internet and World Wide Web. The mission of the Association for Information Science and Technology is to advance the information sciences and related applications of information technology by providing focus, opportunity, and support to information professionals and organizations.
  • Association of Cable Communicators (ACC)

    The Association of Cable Communicators (ACC) is the only national, professional organization specifically addressing the issues, needs and interests of the cable industry's communications and public affairs professionals. Formerly known as the Cable Television Public Affairs Association (CTPAA), its mission is to develop and promote cable communications excellence through professional development to help achieve industry and corporate goals.
  • Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP)

    Founded in 1951, the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) seeks to advance the IT Profession through professional development, support of IT education and national policies on IT that improve the society as a whole.
  • Association of Mental Health Librarians (AMHL)

    Based in California, the Association of Mental Health Librarians (AMHL) is a professional organization of individuals working in the field of mental health information delivery. Its members come from a variety of settings: inpatient hospitals, academic and research institutions, and psychiatric and psychological agencies. AMHL provides opportunities for its members to enhance their professional skills; encourages research activities in mental health librarianship; and strengthens the role of the librarian within the mental health community.
  • Association of Public Data Users (APDU)

    The Association of Public Data Users is a national network that links users, producers and disseminators of government statistical data. Members share a vital concern about the collection, dissemination, preservation, and interpretation of public data.
  • Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA)

    Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) is a non-profit organization of professionals working in or having an interest in the Computer Science and Information Technology fields. BDPA has a diverse representation of information technology professionals.
  • California Association of Public Information Officials (CAPIO)

    Californa Association of Public Information Officials (CAPIO) counts among its 300+ members the communications, marketing and outreach staff of cities, school districts, counties, water and air pollution control districts, parks and open space districts, private PR firms, municipal television channels, police and fire departments, and more—professionals who handle public information and communications duties for these agencies and organizations.