Registration for CCIA’s Washington Caucus Opens

BY CCIA Staff
April 10, 2012
Registration for CCIA’s Washington Caucus has officially opened.
The Washington Caucus is CCIA’s annual conference bringing together the senior-level industry executives with select Members of Congress, Agency, and Administration officials for a full-day event focusing on the technology-related policy issues and initiatives of the day.

We are looking forward to an interesting and informative day of focused discussions. Our online registration system is available here.  Please remember, seats for this full-day event are limited so log on to register today!

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