The Australian Council of Professors and Heads of Information Systems (ACPHIS) is the peak body established to represent Australian information systems academics in matters of national and international importance.
It grew from informal meetings at the ACIS conferences from 1995 and was formalised in 1997.
ACPHIS provides a forum for discussion and debate on issues relating to the development of information systems as a discipline in Australian universities, and acts as a mechanism for greater collaboration between information systems departments.
Since its inception it has conducted annual workshops and commissioned reports reports on issues important to the study of information systems.
Some of this material can be found on this site.
ACPHIS members may become registered users of this site, which will allow access to internal documents and discussion areas. To register contact the ACPHIS CIO through the "Contact Us" link.
ACPHIS is proud to be a sponsor of the Leoni Warne Prize. Leoni Warne was passionate, professionally, about two things: the information systems discipline and working to promote the role of women in IT. To honour her contribution to our field, and specifically women and IT, the AAIS, ACS and ACPHIS have combined to establish the Leoni Warne Prize.
Nomination and Submission documents can be found in the Documents section on the sidebar to the left.
ACPHIS is proud to be a sponsor of ACIS 2013. Click image for details.