Advocacy

  • CompTIA Space Enterprise Council SEC focuses on Space Weather and National Land Imaging, Experts Call for Updates to Current US Policy

    by David Logsdon  | May 18, 2018
    On May 15th, the CompTIA Space Enterprise Council hosted Michael Bonadonna, Executive Secretary, Space Weather Operations, Research and Mitigation, NOAA and John Cullen, Senior Advisor for Program Strategy, National Land Imaging, US Department of the Interior. Bonadonna is the US lead for our country’s space weather policy.
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  • Congress Tackles Blockchain and the Supply Chain

    by David Logsdon  | May 18, 2018
    On May 8th, CompTIA Advocacy attended the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Subcommittee on Research and Technology hearing “Leveraging Blockchain Technology to Improve Supply Chain Management and Combat Counterfeit Goods.”
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  • White House Artificial Intelligence Summit: Future of AI

    by David Logsdon  | May 18, 2018
    On May 10, CompTIA attended the Artificial Intelligence for American Industry Summit hosted by the White House. Discussion centered around the promise of AI and the policies that are needed to realize that promise for the American people and maintain U.S. leadership in the age of artificial intelligence.
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  • CompTIA Applauds Governor Brown for Reaffirming Need for Online College in May 2018 Budget Revision

    by Kara Bush  | May 14, 2018
    The California State Legislature retained funding in the May 2018 state budget revision for Governor Brown’s bold proposal for a new 115th community college to be offered completely online. The online college addresses a critical gap in higher education in California by providing access to skills, training and credentials millions cannot otherwise obtain.
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  • CompTIA HSITAG Hears from the West Coast at the APHSA Policy Summit

    by Jennifer Saha  | May 10, 2018
    Part of CompTIA’s monthly Human Services IT Advisory Group (HSITAG) meeting strategy is to co-locate with popular industry conferences in order to draw speakers that are not easily accessible. Fortunately, that is just what happened this week when HSITAG hosted Pankaj Bhanot, Director of the Hawaii Department of Human Services and Adam Dondro, Agency Information Officer for the California Health & Human Services Agency.
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  • A Look at 2018 Federal Tech Policy and Tech Spending

    by Lana Sansur  | May 01, 2018
    Last week, the CompTIA State & Local Government and Education (SLED) Council hosted its first SLED Summit of the year at the Verizon Tech & Policy Center in Washington DC. We heard from government and public sector leaders, the federal government and other local leaders who dove into issues relevant to our SLED Council membership. One of our speakers was Charles Cooper, executive vice president of the Signal Group who provided a federal tech policy government outlook with a deep dive into the current administration and how federal policies will affect policy and tech spending at the state/local level.
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  • Update on FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018

    by David Logsdon  | April 27, 2018
    On Thursday, The House of Representatives began consideration of H.R. 4, the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 – a bipartisan, five-year bill to reauthorize the programs of the Federal Aviation Administration, provide long-term stability for the Nation’s aviation community, invest in U.S. airports, and make necessary reforms to improve American competitiveness and safety in aviation. There were a number of amendments offered, focusing on drones. CompTIA submitted comments on the amendments, supporting one amendment while voicing our dissent with another.
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  • CompTIA Testifies in Support of California After School Coding Grant Program

    by Kara Bush  | April 27, 2018
    On Wednesday, April 25th CompTIA testified before the California State Assembly Committee on Education in support of AB 2098 by Assemblyman Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento). CompTIA and TechNet are co-sponsoring the measure which would establish a three-year pilot for a 21st Century After-School coding grant program within the After-School Education and Safety (ASES) framework.
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  • California SGA Meeting and Second Annual Capitol Cup in Sacramento, CA – April 18, 2018

    by Kelly Hitt  | April 19, 2018
    The CompTIA California State Government Affairs Committee held its in person meeting on Wednesday, April 18th in Sacramento, CA. Every April is a very busy time in the California Legislature with policy deadlines around the corner. The Committee reviewed and took positions on a robust legislative agenda which can be found here.
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  • CompTIA’s April HSITAG Meeting Teams Up with the Healthcare IT Connect Summit

    by Jennifer Saha  | April 05, 2018
    For the first time, CompTIA’s monthly Human Services IT Advisory Group (HSITAG) meeting on April 4 teamed up with a widely attended industry conference, the Healthcare IT Connect Summit in Baltimore, MD.
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