Comma is the chief serial publication of the International Council on Archives, and a key benefit for ICA members. Its scope is the professional administration and development of archives and archivists worldwide and it aims to be of value to the widest possible readership globally. .
Publishing two issues per year, Comma includes content from ICA Congress and Conferences, reports and studies based on the work of Branches and Sections, and special thematic issues. The Editorial Board includes members speaking all the ICA languages.
Members of the Editorial Board liaise with ICA sections, branches and expert groups to identify relevant content or develop special issues; contribute to the coordinating the gathering, editing, and quality control of journal content; contribute translation and editing skills to the production processes. Individual editors often take on responsibility special issues, leading on the production of these with editors drawn from the Section concerned.