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International Cartographic Association

Summary
The International Cartographic Association (ICA) (Association Cartographique Internationale, ACI), is an organization formed of national member organizations, to provide a forum for issues and techniques in cartography and geographic information science (GIScience). ICA was founded on June 9, 1959, in Bern, Switzerland. The first General Assembly was held in Paris in 1961. The mission of the International Cartographic Association is to promote the disciplines and professions of cartography and GIScience in an international context. To achieve these aims, the ICA works with national and international governmental and commercial bodies, and with other international scientific societies. Leadership Presidents The first president, Eduard Imhof of Switzerland was heavily involved in founding the association. Secretaries-General and Treasurers The Secretary-General and Treasurer is responsible for the administration and the general running of the Assoc
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