IEEE-USA is an organizational unit of the
Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers, Inc. created in 1973 to support the
career and public policy interests of IEEE's
U.S. members. IEEE-USA is primarily
supported by an annual assessment paid by U.S.
IEEE-USA's mission as
outlined in the IEEE Bylaws is to recommend policies and implement programs
specifically intended to serve and benefit the
members, the profession, and the public in the
United States in appropriate professional areas
of economic, ethical, legislative, social and
technology policy concern.
Our vision is to
serve the IEEE U.S. member by being the technical professional's best
resource for achieving life long career vitality and by providing an
effective voice on policies that promote U.S. prosperity.
to what we do at IEEE-USA to enhance the careers and promote the
public policy interests of IEEE's U.S. members.
Operational Plan identifies our major program areas and outlines
specific goals supported by IEEE-USA committees or programs.
Annual Reports highlight
program achievements each year:
requests for information are welcome and can be made by contacting
of IEEE-USA's volunteer leaders and their
positions, including the
Information or learn more about staff qualifications and backgrounds by reading these
History Project is collecting and
digitalizing documents tracing the history of
IEEE-USA from its founding as the IEEE United States
Activities Committee in 1973.
How to Volunteer
Interesting in volunteering your time and energy
to activities that promote the profession and/or
advance the mission of IEEE-USA? Then
Volunteer's Central for opportunities and
check out this
of tips and contact information, which will help
you get started.
You can also support IEEE-USA by making
financial contributions in support of our
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Phone: +1 202 785 0017
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Visiting the IEEE-USA Office
10 December, 2012