The tech industry group's newly announced
legislative priorities include investing in the U.S. work force,
pumping up innovation and investing in small businesses.
If CompTIA has its way, Congress will pass a
host of initiatives that will make life easier for small and midsize
The Computing Technology Industry Association
, an industry group
dedicated to IT, on Feb. 25 announced its legislative priorities for 2008.
Broadly categorized into three areas-investing in the U.S.
work force, promoting innovation and investing in SMBs-the initiatives are
designed to make it easier for companies to remain competitive and profitable
in the IT arena.
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