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About INCOSE

The INCOSE Foundation is a charitable organization with the stated goal of advancing the development and image of systems engineering through funded scholarships, research, and international forums. The Foundation received its 501(c) (3) exempt status from the IRS on 30 September 2005.  This enables all U.S. donors to claim a charitable deduction on their annual income tax submissions.  The Foundation is exploring ways in which non-U.S. contributions can be solicited in ways that benefit individual donors.

The Foundation is a separate legal entity from INCOSE but both organizations are closely aligned in philosophy, strategic directions, and values.  The Foundation has its own separate Board of Directors, several of whom are also elected INCOSE Board members.

Board Officers

John Ross Snoderly
Board Chair
John Ross Snoderly, PhD

President INCOSE 2002-2004
Defense Acquisition University
Learning Capabilities Integration Center
Bill Ewald
Chief Executive Officer Emeritus
William Ewald, PhD

Retired
Pat Hale
Secretary
Pat Hale
President INCOSE 2008-2009
Retired
Jim Armstrong
Treasurer
Jim Armstrong

Industry Professor
Stevens Institute of Technology
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Foundation bylawsDOC71.50 KB23 Dec, 2015 Download
INCOSE Foundation Annual Report 2014PDF8.75 MB19 Jul, 2015 Download
Stevens Doctoral Award RecommendationDOC24.00 KB02 Dec, 2014 Download
Stevens Doctoral Award ApplicationDOC26.00 KB02 Dec, 2014 Download
JHU APL Alexander Kossiakoff Scholarship ApplicationDOC31.00 KB02 Dec, 2014 Download