CTC Heads to Washington

Legislation surrounding tax, trade, cybersecurity, broadband, privacy, new technology, and workforce development is always changing. Participants in the annual CompTIA DC Fly-In capture opportunities to join in panel discussions with Capitol Hill staff and think tanks and a range of meetings with Congressional members and staff.

Join CompTIA, the California Technology Council, and partner organizations from across the United States for the annual CompTIA DC Fly-In, February 9th and 10th. For more information and to register, please visit CompTIA here.

Here's what a few tech councils say about the fly-in:

“The DC Fly-In is an incredibly valuable experience for three reasons. Personally, I feel like there is no better way to get immersed in the domestic issues facing the tech industry, and share this information with the staff and representatives from our region. Finally, this is a great networking opportunity among peers to learn how other tech councils address policy issues and education.” 
-Ryan Weber, President, KCNext

“The CompTIA DC Fly-In is a high-impact, efficient way for our member companies to amplify their voice at the national level and connect with federal officials and policymakers in areas of critical importance to Oregon tech companies. We plan to bring an even larger delegation to this year's event." 
-Skip Newberry, President, Technology Association of Oregon

Just like you don’t vote in an election without doing your homework, members of Congress need to hear from you to do their job better. By sharing your company’s story, highlighting both the successes and obstacles, you can make an impact in Washington, D.C. That impact may result in changes to existing legislation, the creation of new legislation and/or the creation of a Congressional Caucus focused on a specific issue.

Learn more and register for the 2016 Fly-In here.