Version of 31 January 2022
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is the professional association
for Australia's Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector.
The Constitutional Reform Working Group (CRWG) was formed by ACS Congress in
mid-2021, and commissioned to engage ACS members in three rounds of
consultation with members, in order to develop and present to Congress a draft
constitution that addresses members' expressed needs.
The members of the CRWG were appointed on the basis of their expertise in
constitutional matters, experience in ACS governance, and prior exposure to the
diverse conditions that apply across the Society's various Branches.
The composition of the CRWG is:
Paul Campbell FACS (Qld), Vice-Chair Qld Branch, and a former
Chiew MACS Snr CP (WA) (Alternate for Tony Errington),
Vice-Chair WA Branch
Chung MACS (NSW), Director of the Membership Advisory Board, and a current
Roger Clarke FACS (Cbr) (Co-Convenor), Secretary of Cbr
Branch, and a current Congress-member
Dalvean MACS Snr CP (Vic), Immediate Past Chair Vic Branch, Vice-President
Errington FACS CP (WA), Immediate Past Chair WA Branch, and a former
Don Fraser FACS (Vic), Past Member Vic Branch Executive Committee
Hartnett FACS CP (Tas), Secretary of Tas Branch, and a former Vice-President
Nick Tate FACS CP (Qld) (Co-Convenor). Nick was at the
time a Past President and current Vice-President of ACS. He has since
commenced a second 2-year term as President