Computational Complexity Foundation Inc.

The Computational Complexity Foundation (CCF) aims to foster research and education in computational complexity theory. Its main activity is the organization of an annual conference, the Computational Complexity Conference (CCC).

The Foundation is established as a non-profit corporation under New Jersey law, and has tax-exempt status as a public charity under the US Internal Revenue Code.

Minutes of the Board Meetings

Proceedings of the Business Meetings

Organizing Documents

  • Certificate of Incorporation: original filing and addendum.

    The Certificate of Incorporation is the charter of the Foundation, and establishes it as a non-profit corporation under New Jersey law. It specifies the scope of the Foundation as follows:

    The specific purpose of the corporation is to advance research and education in the subject within computer science and mathematics known as computational complexity theory, including through organizing, supporting, and operating scholarly seminars and conferences, and providing open access to publications.

    Other than that, the Certificate of Incorporation contains specific language for the Foundation to qualify for tax-exempt status under the section 501(c)(3) of the US Internal Revenue Code.

  • Bylaws

    The bylaws are the rules that govern the functioning of the Foundation. Everyone taking part in the governance of the Foundation ought to read them.

  • Policies and Procedures

    In general, policies and procedures are more detailed guidelines of how the Foundation operates.

    • Refinements of the Bylaws
    • The plan/hope is for the individual offices and standing committees of the Foundation to develop policies and procedures for their respective jurisdictions during the academic year 2015-2016.

  • Agreements

Fiscal Documents

  • Tax exemption under section 501(c)(3) of the US Internal Revenue Code, more specifically as a public charity under section 509(a)(2): Application | Determination Letter.

    The Foundation qualifies for a simplified application procedure. The eligibility conditions include not having annual gross receipts that exceed $50,000, which also entitles the Foundation to simplified yearly federal tax reporting.

  • New Jersey Business Registration: Application | Certificate.

  • New Jersey Charitable Registration: Application | Receipt Notice | Confirmation Notice.

  • New Jersey Charitable Registration Renewals / Fiscal Year Financial Reports: 2015.

  • The fiscal year for the Foundation ends December 31.