Chair: Robert DAVISON
est. 1989, revised 2007
- to collect, exchange and disseminate experiences of information and communications technology (ICT) implementation in developing countries;
- to develop a consciousness amongst professionals, policy makers and public on social implications of ICT in developing nations;
- to develop criteria, theory, methods, and guidelines for design and implementation of culturally adapted information systems;
- to create a greater interest in professionals from industrialized countries to focus on issues of special relevance to developing countries through joint activities with other Technical Committees.
- national ICT policy issues;
- culturally adapted computer technology and information systems;
- role of transnational corporations, regional and international cooperation and self-sufficiency in informatics;
- social awareness of ICT and ICT literacy.