TAI is the leader in advocacy for technology-based companies and emerging technologies in Iowa. The organization influences legislation and policies at the federal, state, and local levels to impact Iowa's technology industry’s growth and sustainability. TAI educates and informs policymakers on issues and challenges that are important to Iowa's technology sectors. From the Iowa Statehouse and the Office of the Governor, to legislative committee rooms and city halls across the state, TAI is the voice advocating for a technology-based, pro-growth, business-focused agenda. TAI’s Public Policy Committee relied heavily on the Association’s mission in preparing key ideas, goals and legislative initiatives to:
The Technology Association of Iowa’s Political Action Committee (TechPAC) is committed to supporting candidates who advocate for the state’s technology industry.
TechPAC allows TAI members to combine their financial resources to support Iowa General Assembly candidates and candidates for statewide office who champion technology-based, pro-innovation, business-focused policy.
IOWA TECH POLICY PODCAST
Our legislative podcast covering technology-focused legislation during the 2021 session at the Iowa Statehouse.
Hosts Mollie Ross and Brian Waller will speak with state lawmakers and Iowa technology companies from various industries on specific tech legislation, what it means for Iowans how it may impact tech companies across the state.
Content will cover topics such as technology & education, cybersecurity, telemedicine, diversity and inclusion, broadband and connectivity, remote workers based in Iowa (working for out-of-state companies), the Governor’s agenda, and state incentive programs for tech companies.
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Participation in the CIO, CISO or CEO Roundtables is exclusively reserved for technology executives of TAI member organizations with these (or comparable) job titles. All other TAI Roundtables is exclusively reserved for individuals employed by TAI member organizations. Not a member? Join now.