The Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) unveils its 2024 State and Federal principles and priorities leading into the 2024 Iowa legislative year.
For Immediate ReleaseDES MOINES, Iowa (May 16, 2023) – Recently, Governor Kim Reynolds signed House File 143, a bill relating to ransomware and penalties, into law. This signing marks a significant milestone as it becomes the third priority bill of the Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) to be passed by
DES MOINES, Iowa (May 9, 2023) – On April 26-27, 2023, Technology Association of Iowa leadership and members joined our colleagues from the Technology Councils of North America (TECNA). Together, we jointly met with our respective congressional delegations and key federal officials to discuss our national priorities to further establish
For Immediate Release DES MOINES, Iowa (March 28, 2023) – Yesterday, Governor Kim Reynolds signed Senate File 262 into law, making Iowa the sixth state in the U.S. to adopt a comprehensive consumer data privacy law. Senate File 262 was unanimously passed by the Iowa Senate and House. The bill will
The Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) unveils its 2023 State and Federal principles and priorities leading into the 2023 Iowa legislative year.
Hear from Ari Schwartz, Managing Director for Cybersecurity Services at Venable and former Senior Director for Cybersecurity for the White House National Security Council about what is happening at the Federal level around cybersecurity legislation as well as an update on the national cyber threat landscape.
Brian Waller, President of the Technology Association of Iowa, has been appointed by Governor Reynolds to serve on the Empower Rural Iowa Initiative effective until August 31, 2023. Brian Waller is a graduate of Colorado State University. Before becoming President at TAI, Waller held such positions as Executive Director for the
The Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) is proud to release its 2021 Public Policy priorities and announce its Technology Association of Iowa’s Political Action Committee (TechPAC). TAI serves as the voice advocating for a technology-based, pro-growth, business-focused agenda and is the leader in advocacy for technology-based companies and emerging technologies
Iowa legislators, representatives and senators, and a diverse group of TAI members joined together in support of the technology industry in Iowa on February 18th at the first-ever TAI Legislative Launch. Governor Kim Reynolds attended, as well as representatives from both political parties. TAI’s 2020 Legislative Initiatives: Advance policies that attract human
The Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) is proud to release its 2020 Public Policy initiatives and priorities. TAI serves as the voice advocating for a technology-based, pro-growth, business-focused agenda. TAI is the leader in advocacy for technology-based companies and emerging technologies in Iowa. TAI influences legislation and policies at the federal,
This spring, LenderClose CEO Omar Jordan and COO Ben Rempe were instrumentally in getting new legislation passed. Iowa's new e-notary law makes it legal to use electronic services to notarize documents versus only being able to do so in person. Here's a conversation with Ben and Omar on how they made
2019 TAI Chairman of the Board of Directors Ryan Schaap and I recently joined forces with other tech leaders from around the country in Washington, D.C. We spoke with members of Congress about issues that are critical to the future of Iowa businesses and the overall technology industry. We were in
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