Procurement

State and local governments – as well as educational institutions — are increasingly using technology to better serve their citizens and stakeholders and to deliver services. By focusing on procurement and government contracting at the state and local level, CompTIA members can ensure that the needs of these key constituencies are reflected and that the best possible environment for partnership and collaboration is created.

Procurement Committees

State

Press Releases

Sen. Booker, Rep. Hurd and Ron Culler Named 2017 CompTIA Tech Champions

Feb 15, 2017

CompTIA Finalizes Agenda for 2017 D.C. Fly-In and Tech Policy Summit

Feb 13, 2017

CompTIA Statement on President Trump's Executive Order on Immigration

Jan 30, 2017

Blog Articles

  • What are the Top 25 Legislative Priorities for 2017 in Texas?

    by Sarah Matz | Dec 19, 2016
    Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick released this month his top 25 legislative priorities for the upcoming session. Several of these priorities have a specific tech component and others will likely have a significant impact on the broader tenor of debate in the upcoming legislative session Texas. These priorities include:
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  • CompTIA’s Public Sector Practice and Jennifer Saha Named Finalist for Route Fifty’s Navigator Award

    by Pete Kaminskas | Oct 14, 2016
    CompTIA is proud to announce that its public sector practice and Jennifer Saha, director of CompTIA’s public sector councils, were named a finalist for Route Fifty’s Navigator Awards in the category of the Government Allies and Cross Sector Partners category.
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  • Jason Boxt and Tim Storey to Lead Discussion on 2016 Election Results

    by Sarah Matz | Sep 09, 2016
    On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, voters in the United States will cast ballots in the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election. The following week, CompTIA’s state government affairs (SGA) team will head to Nashville, Tennessee, for its 2016 National State Government Affairs Meeting. This year, we’re happy to announce Jason Boxt and Tim Storey are joining us and will lead a discussion on the 2016 election results.
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