Discounted Membership Dues for Joint Society Members
Thanks to reciprocal agreements with numerous computing societies and organizations, members of the societies below are eligible for a discounted ACM Professional Membership rate of $79 (USD), or 20% off the regular dues rate.
If you are a member of one of the societies below, you can take advantage of ACM’s joint member society dues discount during the online join process. There is a “Dues Discount” button you can use to select your society to get the appropriate discount. The “Dues Discount” button appears on the second page of online join form. If you are already a member of ACM, and you are renewing, please click on the “Dues Discounts" button on your online renewal. Only one dues discount is applicable. If you have any questions, please contact ACM’s Member Services Department, +1.800.342.6626 (U.S./Canada), +1.212.626.0500 (Global), Fax: +1.212.944.1318 (Global).
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- Australia - Australian Computer Society (ACS)
- Austria - Österreichische Computer Gesellschaft (OCG)
- Belgium - Belgisch Instituut voor Regeltechniek en Automatisering - Institut Belge de Regulation et Automatisme (BIRA/IBRA)
- Canada - Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS)
- Denmark - Dansk DataForening (DDF)
- France - Société lnformatique de France (SIF)
- Germany - Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI)
- Ireland - Irish Computer Society (ICS)
- Italy - Associazione Italiana per l'Informatica ed il Calcolo Automatico (AICA)
- Japan - Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ)
- Korea - Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers (KIISE)
- Netherlands - Platform voor ICT-professionals (NGI)
- New Zealand - The Institute of IT Professionals NZ (IITP, formerly NZCS)
- Norway - Den Norske Dataforening (DND)
- Portugal - Associação Portuguesa de Iridologia (API)
- Singapore - Singapore Computer Society (SCS)
- Spain - Asociación de Técnicos de Informática (ATI)
- Switzerland - Schweizer Informatik Gesellschaft (SI)
- Taiwan - Institute of Information & Computing Machinery (IICM)
- United Kingdom - British Computer Society (BCS)
Members of the societies below may join ACM at an even lower rate via the ACM Special Member Rates for Developing Countries website.
- Argentina - Sociedad Argentina de Informática (SADIO)
- Brazil - Sociedade Brasileira de Computação (SBC)
- Chile - Sociedad Chilena de Ciencia de la Computación (SCCC)
- Czech Republic - Česká společnost pro kybernetiku a informatiku (CSKI)
- Hong Kong - Hong Kong Computer Society (HKCS)
- Shanghai - Shanghai Computer Society (SCS)
- South Africa - Computer Society South Africa (CSSA)
- South Africa - South African Institute for Computer Scientists and Information Technologists (SAICSIT)
- Zimbabwe - Computer Society of Zimbabwe (CSZ)
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