The Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS) of Executive Yuan, a cabinet-level office, handles most of the duties of the nation’s Comptroller’s Office and Census Bureau combined. It has been in existence for over 70 years and has been reorganized numerous times since its inception. The works of budget, accounting and statistics handled by the Directorate General complement one another in an integrated system. Statistics reports are used as reference for policy-making and budgeting; the execution of budget is followed up to make the government accounting and financial reports. These are again used to generate statistical reports, which consistent in design, execution and assessment, create what is called the integrated budget, accounting and statistics (BAS) fiscal system that is juxtaposed with the nation’s administrative, the treasury and auditory functions in such a way that allows for cooperative crosschecking among these four major systems. Since the BAS system gathers information and reports on government financial activities, it is essential that it take an impartial stance in order to provide accurate and objective information.
Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI), a subordinate to the Ministry of Economic Affairs, is the authority responsible for standardization, metrology and product inspection in Taiwan. The primary objective of the BSMI encompasses the development of national standards in line with economic development plans and industrial policies to execute inspections of commodities so as to advance international competitiveness of products and protect consumers’ rights. BSMI carries out international standards for quality assurance system and environment management system to improve national quality assurance and environment management level, and conducts unification and application of national metrology standard and miscellaneous inspection (test) services.
Academia Sinica is the most preeminent academic institution in the Republic of China. Academia Sinica will continue to uphold the prominent academia tradition and research basis to cultivate an intellectual environment that is conducive to the nurturing of young scholars and offer policy recommendations; as well as consistently concern about society, humanity and the world so as to enrich human civilization and build a better world.
The Chinese Microcomputer Extended Foundation (CMEX, the predecessor of The Chinese Foundation for Digitization Technology) was founded by six domestically well-known computer corporations, Tatung, DTK, Acer, MiTAC, HP and Copam for the objective of setting up a common-used Chinese computer environment that is suitable for all users while Chinese computer environment was chaotic at that time.
Institute for Information Industry is funded by government and non-government resources. The foundation was established in 1979 to serve the purpose of advancing innovation and application of information technologies and assist developing knowledge-based economy.
Organization structures of the association are divided into optimization service group, electro-communication group, software group, oversea market development service group, administration service group, information center, legal consultation office, China liaison office for service and are under the supervisions of board of directors and supervisors as well as skilled associations to provide professional services for members and industries.
Welcome! The Unicode Consortium enables people around the world to use computers in any language. Our members develop the Unicode Standard, Unicode Locales (CLDR), and other standards. These specifications form the foundation for software internationalization in all major operating systems, search engines, applications, and the Web.