UTC's Public Policy Forum meets regularly to discuss issues that affect the state and its Tech Industry. The Forum serves as a substantial resource for Utah's legislators, the governor's office, and other public officials on the complex topics and issues related to technology today.
Join us in our efforts to continue to Grow and Protect our member companies through advocacy. UTC holds public policy forums the last Thursday of every month when not in session and every Friday when in session.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The Public Policy Forum is an independent organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of public policy decision-making. It is an informal group composed of business, government, education and community leaders and institutions that focus on a broad range of issues affecting Utah’s technology industry. The Forum promotes the vetting of complex issues in an effort to encourage elected officials and community leaders to find effective data-driven solutions to pressing policy challenges.
The Forum has earned a reputation as a trusted non-partisan facilitator that brings together a wide range of stake-holders to ensure public policy is informed, coordinated, transparent and responsive.
Views, recommendations, and statements expressed by the Public Policy Forum do not represent the official position or policy of the Utah Technology Council, its board, its CEO, or its members.
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