The IECEP was organized in 1950 by the group of pioneers in the field of Electronics and Communications in the country. They were, Dean Jose S. Alfonso, who served as the founding president of the organization, Mamerto Buenafe, Fred Carino, Ciriaco Coronel, Jose Grey, Alfredo Gella, Ariston Hulinga, Gonzalo Kamantigue, Albino Lara and Venancio Pineda.
IECEP was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the name of “Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines, Inc.” The organization still retains its acronym “IECEP.”
The organization envisions “world-class organization of humane, competent, virtuous and globally-competitive electronics professionals.”
To be the showcase of professional and technical development and the paradigm of excellence in applying the principles of electronics technology for the advancement of humanity.
To promote professional development and competence among its members.
To institutionalize professionalism and ethical practice.
To preserve and enhance the social and moral stature of the profession
To protect the rights and privileges of the members in their profession.
To promote general well-being of its members.
To provide infrastructure and resources for academic and career development programs.
To maintain unity among Electronics and Communications professionals.
To increase membership and encourage the active participation of the members to the activities of the organization.
To recognize outstanding academic and professional achievements and contributions to the technical standards that affect the profession.
To validate complaints and assists affected parties for corrective measures against the violatetors of law, rules and regulations.