Chamber Technology Engagement Center
The Chamber Technology Engagement Center (C_TEC) promotes the role of technology in our economy and advocates for rational policy solutions that drive economic growth, spur innovation, and create jobs.
C_TEC’s efforts extend to every business sector. By convening innovators, businesses, governments, and consumers, with the backing of the U.S. Chamber brand, C_TEC highlights how tech is everywhere and effectively communications how it benefits everyone.
Telling America's Tech Story
The Chamber Technology Engagement Center (C_TEC) hosted a conversation with Rep. Jay Obernolte (R-CA) on data privacy, artificial intelligence, and other pressing tech issues. The TecTalk series are fireside chats with leaders in technology from state capitals to Capitol Hill, as well as the innovators themselves.
It’s Time to Get Serious About National Data Privacy Legislation
Congress needs to act quickly and appropriately on a national data privacy standard to ensure that American businesses and consumers are not harmed by a patchwork of state laws.
The "Build America, Buy America" statute contains novel domestic sourcing and manufacturing rules for infrastructure projects and other programs that use IIJA funding.
Report Finds Policymakers Must Enforce Existing Laws and Develop Policies to Steer the Growth of Responsible, Ethical AI
The U.S. Chamber’s AI Commission report highlights the promise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) while calling for a risk-based, regulatory framework.
This Hill letter was sent to the House Energy and Commerce committee's Subcommittee on Innovation, Data & Commerce, on the hearing, “Promoting U.S. Innovation and Individual Liberty Through a National Standard for Data Privacy.”
This Hill Letter was sent to Members of the House Committee on Financial Services on H.R. 1165, the "Data Privacy Act of 2023."
The U.S. Chamber Technology Engagement Center (C_TEC) hosted its inaugural Digital Transformation Summit to convene private and public sector leaders who seek to modernize government technology systems.
This Hill Letter was sent to Members of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Members of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, and Members of the House Committee on the Judiciary, raising multiple concerns about the Federal Trade Commission.
This Hill Letter was sent to Members of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation opposing the nomination of Gigi Sohn to be a Commissioner of the FCC.
U.S. Chamber statement on the Freedom of Information Act requests to six federal agencies on the White House Office of Science and Technology’s "Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights."