Affiliated Organizations, Coalitions & Groups
TIA collaborates with several affiliated organizations and participates in coalitions and government convened multi-stakeholder groups that seek to address policy challenges facing the ICT industry.
United States Information Technology Office (USITO)
Located in Beijing, the United States Information Technology Office (USITO) is an independent, non-profit, membership-based trade association, representing the U.S. information communication technologies (ICT) industry in China. Founded in late 1994 by the leading U.S. ICT industry associations, USITO seeks to provide new insights and approaches to the many complex challenges facing the ICT industry in China, which sits at the heart of the U.S.-China trade relationship. TIA is a parent association of USITO.
Visit www.usito.org to learn more.
Broadband for America
Broadband for America is dedicated to protecting a free and open internet for all Americans. We support and promote bipartisan policies that align with the core principles of an open internet. Broadband for America believes that smart and modern broadband policies led by Congress that promote innovation and protect consumers are central to our country’s economic prosperity.
Visit www.broadbandforamerica.com to learn more.
Coalition for Future Mobility
The Coalition for Future Mobility is a diverse coalition of groups advocating on behalf of automotive manufacturers and suppliers, technology and communications industries and transportation leaders, seniors, people with disabilities and veterans. Together members seek to raise awareness of the many benefits of automated vehicle technologies, including improved safety, mobility and productivity and reduced congestion and carbon emissions.
Visit https://coalitionforfuturemobility.com to learn more.
Computer Science Education Coalition (CSEC)
The Computer Science Education Coalition is a broad-based coalition comprised of businesses and NGOs who want to expand access and secure federal funding that will provide computer science education in K-12 classrooms across America. It is the coalition’s vision that all American students will possess computer science skills so that they can compete in the global economy.
Visit www.csecoalition.org to learn more.
National Public Safety Telecommunications Council (NPSTC)
The National Public Safety Telecommunications Council is a volunteer federation of organizations whose mission is to improve public safety communications and interoperability through collaborative leadership. NPSTC combines the many voices of its member organizations to enhance the power of public safety's voice; monitoring public policy and submitting comments to governmental organizations on behalf of public safety. Members work to make sure public safety has the spectrum needed to communicate in life-threatening situations without interference and we explore technology, standards, and interoperable communications solutions.
Visit www.npstc.org/ to learn more.