Join ITI on July 13 at 11:00 AM ET to hear from U.S. Congressman John Curtis (R-UT) on the importance of efforts from the technology industry and policymakers to continue building the American tech workforce and U.S. leadership in innovation. 

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As a former small business owner and mayor of Provo, Utah, Congressman Curtis has a unique perspective on what it takes to keep the American economy growing and how to create jobs for local communities. Register below to reserve your spot to hear from him on the future of tech innovation and its importance to keeping the U.S. competitive on the global stage.

The U.S. tech sector has helped the U.S. economy thrive and compete on an international scale for more than a century. That’s been made possible by industry efforts to grow a sustainable and diverse workforce and a policy environment that has helped technology companies lead the world in developing innovative products and services. This includes groundbreaking, disruptive technologies that transform markets, address societal challenges, and allow us to imagine entirely new solutions that facilitate the creation and commercial engagement by an increasingly wide range of firms, entrepreneurs, and individuals.


Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility between individuals, businesses, and governments that requires a commitment to adopting practices and protections that guard networks, systems, data, and devices from foreign and domestic threats. 

As a former small business owner and mayor of Provo, Utah, Congressman Curtis has a unique perspective on what it takes to keep the American economy growing and how to create jobs for local communities. Register below to reserve your spot to hear from him on the future of tech innovation and its importance to keeping the U.S. competitive on the global stage.


Thank You to Our Speakers:

U.S. Senator Gary Peters (D-MI)
Chairman of the Homeland Security
and Governmental Affairs Committee
Ken Xie
Founder, Chairman of the Board
Fortinet
Darren Shou
Chief Technology Officer
NortonLifeLock
Jeanette Manfra
Senior Director of Risk and Compliance
Google Cloud
Jason Oxman (moderator) President & CEO
ITI | The Information Technology Industry Council

Developing a diverse and inclusive workforce isn’t something that’s done overnight. Yet increasing the racial and gender diversity in the technology industry is critical to ensure that the United States doesn’t fall behind in the increasingly competitive global market. ITI recently hosted U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester for a discussion on how good policies can help contribute solutions that provide equity and opportunity across all U.S. sectors.

Thank You to Our Speaker

   U.S. Representative
   Lisa Blunt Rochester

The passage of the Infrastructure and Investment Jobs Act brings with it billions in new investments in the U.S. for expanding broadband and closing the digital divide, improving our cybersecurity defenses, enhancing government digital services, and much more. But how can this funding be allocated to ensure that the largest infrastructure bill in recent history is delivering its full benefits to all Americans?  

On January 11 at 1 PM ET we hosted a fireside chat with FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks on how government can work with industry to ensure effective and timely deployment of infrastructure funding:

The event also featured industry leaders who discussed modernizing digital infrastructure and providing secure connectivity to all Americans. Panelists included Alissa Cooper, VP and CTO for Technology Policy for Cisco Systems; Jon Lin, EVP & General Manager of Data Center Services for Equinix; Dr. Durga Malladi, SVP & GM of 5G, Mobile Broadband & Infrastructure for Qualcomm Technologies; Jason Zelley,Market Development Manager of Carrier Networks and Emerging Accounts for Corning Incorporated. 

Thank you to our speakers:

Alissa Cooper
VP and CTO for Technology Policy
Cisco Systems
Jon Lin
EVP & General Manager of Data Center Services
Equinix
Dr. Durga Malladi
SVP & GM of 5G, Mobile Broadband & Infrastructure
Qualcomm Technologies
Jason Zelley
Market Development Manager of Carrier Networks and Emerging Accounts
Corning Incorporated
Jason Oxman (Moderator)
President & CEO
Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)

Climate change is arguably the most significant existential threat of our time. This complex, interconnected issue will require broad partnership and problem-solving across industries and governments as well as new ideas from those with diverse experiences, voices, and expertise.

The panel engaged in a robust dialogue on how good policy and new technologies are crucial to solving today’s most daunting issues. The event brought together industry experts to hear insights on COP26, sound policy to complement industry efforts, and how industries can work together to help decarbonize our economy.

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Technology is a crucial part of our shared prosperity, connecting us to one another, to education, health care, and economic opportunities.

It helps drive progress and the development of timely solutions to address society’s most pressing issues. Technology depends on good policies that can make our lives better, ensure our economy is strong, and support good jobs and opportunities in which innovation can thrive.

On October 5, ITI members Barbara Humpton, CEO of Siemens Corp., and Amit Yoran, Chairman and CEO of Tenable, joined Jason Oxman, ITI’s President and CEO, for a virtual discussion on how the technology industry is working to create solutions to address pressing issues facing the country today, and policies that could have a positive impact in the future.

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