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TechAmerica Foundation Announces Defense Day Speakers for 50th Annual Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference
Day 1 of Conference Examines Budgets, Programs and Priorities on Cybersecurity, Aircraft and Space Vehicles, Shipbuilding, C4ISR and International Defense Washington, D.C., September 24, 2014 –The TechAmerica Foundation announced the speakers and sessions lined up for Defense Day of its 50th annual Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference. The conference takes place October 28-29 at the…
Larry Allen & William Greenwalt join Association to Bolster Industry and Government Work on American Innovation and Efficiency Washington, DC, September 23, 2014 – Public sector leaders Larry Allen and William Greenwalt are joining TechAmerica, the public sector and public policy department of CompTIA, to serve as senior advisors. Their addition continues CompTIA’s mission to enhance…
Defense Health Agency Seeks Input and Guidance from TechAmerica on the DHA HITS Generation 1 Program
The Defense Health Agency (DHA) is seeking input from TechAmerica members on the DHA HITS (Health Information Technology Services) Generation I Program. Specifically, DHA has requested a white paper addressing four different topics identified by DHA and any additional topics industry wants to address. The four topics are Open Catalog Interface (OCI), On-ramp/Off ramping, specifically…
Following much anticipation, the Treasury has released a Fact Sheet on corporate inversions, spelling out specific regulatory steps intended to make it more costly and more difficult for U.S. companies to effect a corporate inversion. While Treasury Secretary Lew had urged Congress to enact legislation, Congress adjourned without action, and now the Treasury has stepped…
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