- TechAmerica Comments on Executive Order on Immigration and Urges Congress to Implement Legislative Solution for Nation’s Talent Crisis
- TechAmerica Foundation Examines Federal Civilian Agency IT Budgets on Day Two of 2014 Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference
- TechAmerica Foundation Spotlights Defense IT Priorities on Opening Day of 2014 Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference
- TechAmerica Foundation Forecasts Federal Defense and Civil IT Spending
TechAmerica Comments on Executive Order on Immigration and Urges Congress to Implement Legislative Solution for Nation’s Talent Crisis
Washington, D.C., November 21, 2014 – TechAmerica, the public sector and public advocacy department of CompTIA, today issued the following statement concerning President Obama’s executive order on immigration reform. The following statement is attributed to Elizabeth Hyman, Executive Vice President of Public Advocacy. “The high-tech related principles revealed last night in the President’s address to…
TechAmerica Foundation Examines Federal Civilian Agency IT Budgets on Day Two of 2014 Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference
Government & IT Industry Discusses How to Leverage Tech Innovation & Cost Savings Washington, D.C., October 30, 2014 – Day Two of TechAmerica Foundation’s Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference examined how to bring technology innovations and cost-savings to federal civilian agencies in the midst of tighter budgets. Nearly 300 industry and government executives attended the…
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On November 20th, President Obama addressed the nation and announced a series of Executive Actions that would modify our immigration system. Included in this series was a directive that would require DHS to take a number of administrative actions designed to streamline the high-skilled immigration system. But what does that mean? A few highlights according…
In an EU-funded research paper published yesterday called “Technological sovereignty – Missing the point?,” it was concluded that “the European countries promoting technological sovereignty proposals have a responsibility to protect an open, free, and secure Internet and should not risk having other countries use these proposals to justify their own restrictive measures.” We agree with…
Taiwan has spawned global high-tech giants such as the world’s largest contract chip maker TSMC and Apple device assembler Hon Hai Precision — strange then that the Taiwan Venture Capital Association reports a quickly declining total pool of capital.
Hewlett-Packard Co said its quarterly revenue fell in almost every business segment over the year, highlighting weaknesses ahead of the company’s planned 2015 separation of its enterprise services from its traditional computer and printing units.