SIG Conference Manual

Table of Contents

Organizing an ACM/SIG Conference

Preliminary Approval Form (PAF), Technical Meeting Request Forms (TMRF) and Approval Guidelines

Budgets, Finance, and Registration

Operation and Logistics

Technical Program, Proceedings and Other Publications

Letter to the Program Chair

Policy and Procedure Guidelines

Sample Forms and Guidelines

Identity Standards Manual and ACM Logos

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