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The Information Institute is an academe-industry consortium founded to further understanding of intricate relationships between information science and technology. The Information Institute’s mission is to encourage association among individuals who have an interest in the study of information. The mission is realized by providing educational opportunities for members and promoting scholarly and practitioner work in information studies.

The Information Institute is a non-profit, non partisan information policy research and educational organization incorporated in USA . It is organized as a charitable, educational and scientific concern under section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code of 1986. Under section 501(c)(3), Information Institute is a tax exempt organization. As per the code the Information Institute is permitted to undertake education and research activities in the field of information science and technology. Such activities may include, but are not limited to, organizing conferences, furnishing scholarships to doctoral students, awarding research grants and publishing scholarly books and journals.


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