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IPS holds elections for officers every two years and board members* every 2 or 3 years.

2019 Election: IPS Board Members

Voting has begun!

Read the Candidates Statements.

Cast your vote!

The board will consist of the elected officers (elected separately, not in this ballot) and nine board members: two from each of the Asia, Europe and North America continental zones, and one from each of the Africa, Oceania and South America zones. The number of board members has been determined on the basis of the number of IPS members in each zone.

The ballot page will be active from 12h UT on 30 September through 12h UT on 2 December.

This will be your chance to have a say in IPS governance! For the first time, we shall have a fully elected board.

See also the  2019 IPS Board Election Background page


Election history

2006, 2008, 2010, 2012,  2014 (special election), 20162018.


* The Board consists of the IPS officers and up to three board members from each of the following six geographic zones: Africa, North America, Latin America (including South America, Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean), Asia, Europe (including Russia), and Oceania. The number of board members are:
1 for zones with fewer than 50 current IPS members;
2 for zones with between 50 and 499 current IPS members; and
3 for zones with 500 or more IPS members.

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