- U.S Tech Industry Adds Nearly 119,000 Jobs in First Half of 2014, TechAmerica Foundation Analysis Reveals
- TechAmerica Foundation’s Vision Forecast Focuses on Federal Civilian Agencies and IT Outlook for Day Two
- TechAmerica Foundation Announces Defense Day Speakers for 50th Annual Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference
- TechAmerica to Enhance Public Sector Outreach
U.S Tech Industry Adds Nearly 119,000 Jobs in First Half of 2014, TechAmerica Foundation Analysis Reveals
Washington, D.C., October 15, 2014 – The United States technology industry added nearly 119,000 net jobs during the first half of 2014, a new analysis by the TechAmerica Foundation reveals. The industry employed some 6.3 million workers as of June 2014. During the first six months of the year industry employment increased by 1.9 percent….
TechAmerica Foundation’s Vision Forecast Focuses on Federal Civilian Agencies and IT Outlook for Day Two
Day 2 of Conference Examines Civil Side of Federal Budget, Cybersecurity Trends and Forecast Spending within Federal Health agencies Washington, D.C., October 6, 2014 –For its 50th annual Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference, the TechAmerica Foundation announced the speakers and sessions lined up for Day 2, which focuses on Civilian agencies and the Federal Information…
With the consistent threat of security breaches, the need for resiliency and the implementation of Continuous Diagnostics Monitoring (CDM), federal government CIOs have spoken loud and clear that cyber security is their number one IT priority. Contractors providing IT solutions in the federal market now know that they must emphasize the security and resiliency of…
When Congress reconvenes after the November 4 elections, it will likely revisit a number of tax issues pushed down the road during the regular session. First on everyone’s “to-do” list is an extension of the Internet Tax Freedom Act, which bans taxes on Internet access fees, as well as discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce. Originally…
The Energy Department is finding a silver lining from its cyber breach that exposed the data of more than 50,000 employees last year: It developed a new tool to help ensure outdated software is updated proactively before it becomes a security risk.
Microsoft Corp. may not be cool, but its sales continue to defy expectations by growing at a much faster clip than those of its business-technology peers.