State & Territory Councils
Each Council is comprised of up to 16 people, including:
- The immediate past Chair
- Up to ten (10) Council Members elected by Members with business or commercial interests in the Region
- Up to five (5) Council Members appointed by the current Council, as required to fill vacancies.
Each Council holds an Annual General Meeting before the end of the year, in late November or December. In the lead-up to the AGM, the Council holds an election for vacant Council positions, with the new Council appointed at the AGM for a three year term.
The Council may appoint additional Council Members, in order to complete the Council and fill any casual vacancies. These appointees serve until the next AGM, when they are eligible for election or reappointment.
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The Board of Directors oversees all AIIA operations, develops the National Business Plan, and sets the strategic direction of the Association.
The State and Territory Councils promote the AlIA’s objectives, programs, policies, interests and objectives within those specific State and Territories.
The Executive provides management and operational support for the activities of the Association nationally.
The AIIA had its origins as the Australian Computer Equipment Suppliers’ Association (ACESA), which was established in 1978.
AIIA manages a number of programs to support and promote the digital industry, including both national and state-based initiatives.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is the peak representative body and advocacy group for the ICT industry in Australia.