CompTIA asserts that the immigrant contribution to the US is undeniable, and high-skilled foreign immigrants continue to drive substantial economic growth. More than 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. were founded by immigrants or their children, and these firms employ more than 10 million people worldwide.
The US must reform immigration policies so that talent from around the world who come to the US for education and opportunity are able to put down roots, to create jobs and to educate the next generation of talent. We believe that if we do not welcome talent here, it will go elsewhere and the U.S. will fall farther behind.
21st Century Workforce Committee
Jun 05, 2018
May 31, 2018
May 30, 2018
Geoff Lane and Claudia Hurowitz
| Jun 27, 2018
This week marks an exciting time for the future of the tech workforce as the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee passed the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act, a reauthorization and modernization of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act.
Claudia Hurowitz and Lana Sansur
| Jun 19, 2018
This week, CompTIA held its fourth annual Excellence in Cybersecurity Award ceremony in Washington D.C. The ceremony recognizes Members of Congress and federal agency program managers who are making important strides to improve the federal cybersecurity workforce.
| Feb 19, 2018
On the morning February 14, we held the Capitol Hill Speaker Series at the 2018 CompTIA DC Fly-In. It featured high-ranking officials from the Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Homeland Security and provided Fly-In attendees with an informative overview of government priorities for the coming year around the tech agenda. It also gave attendees added knowledge of tech issues before hitting the halls of Congress for Fly-In meetings.