MOTION 1: RESOLVED, that the American Federation of Information Processing Societies, Inc. ("AFIPS") shall be and is hereby dissolved, such dissolution to become effective as soon as possible. ¬ó Minutes of the AFIPS Board of Directors Dissolution Meeting, October 13, 1990 AFIPS, the formerly wealthy parent of ACM, IEEE, and smaller societies, had fallen on hard times. Born in 1961, it represented the United States in the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). Its other principal purpose was to manage the annual National Computer Conference (NCC). NCC and its predecessors had been major research conferences and also the world's…
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