At the conclusion of our first year as co-senior editors of the Journal of Information Systems (JIS), we offer the following comments on our vision for the journal and its audience. Our vision, as thought leaders, is for JIS to be a leading outlet for authors studying the relationship between accounting, information systems, and information technology. In so doing, we seek to support, promote, and improve research and practice on these topics.

With the rapidly evolving advance of information and communication technologies, the accounting profession is enroute for many major changes. In this regard, COVID-19 has certainly expedited business/accounting clients' responses. For accounting to continue to move from what it was as an information and control system (Hopwood 1983), to what it must be now, requires enhanced dynamic capabilities and the sharing of knowledge and insights from technicians, practitioners, and organizations. This requires accounting professionals (and,...

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