Computer and Technology Committee


The Computer and Technology Committee finds and implements ways in which technology can be used to further our primary purpose. We are a committee that meets monthly primarily in a supportive role to the other committees. When requested, we will assist other committees with how technology can be used to help them carry A.A.’s message, or to make carrying that message easier.

12 Statements of Technology

  1. We suggest implementing technology where it supports our primary purpose of carrying the message to the alcoholic who still suffers
  2. We are responsible and assess value when using self-support funds for technology initiatives
  3. We are responsible where anonymity is more vulnerable to a wider audience with increased speed or new sensation
  4. An informed group conscience is paramount to technology decision-making
  5. We strive to understand where individual versus group values are different
  6. We perform due diligence and rely on demonstrable A.A. experience
  7. We record non-technical requirements before making technology choices
  8. We take care to understand the property value and legal implications of technology used for A.A. purposes before making binding decisions
  9. We are responsible for transparency in discovery, process, & implementation
  10. We use technology to make information available, not to limit it
  11. We communicate and support the intended service level
  12. We consider how best to pass it on

Check out the presentations from our 1st workshop!