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Canberra

The ACS Canberra Branch has a long and distinguished history, and was one of the founding five states and territories of the creation of the Australian Computer Society as a National Professional Society in 1966.

With over 1600 members and more than 100 events each year, the Canberra Branch supports a thriving ICT community of professionals and provides ICT leadership to Federal Government and the local ICT community.

Each year the Canberra Branch conducts a major conference. In 2012 the conference was opened by Shadow Minister Malcolm Turnbull MP, and Deputy Chief Minister Andrew Barr MLA accepted the position of Patron of the ACS for the ACT Government.


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