Policy Issues

Expanding global investment opportunities, maintaining open markets around the world, and encouraging innovation.

  • Collaboration among stakeholders, standards and the U.S. Government will increase the accessibility of technology for those with disabilities.

    Ubiquitous deployment of next-gen broadband networks to advance education, healthcare, teleworking, e-commerce, public safety, and security is essential per TIA’s charter.

    TIA advocates policies to best enable the security of ICT equipment and services relating to critical infrastructure, supply chain and information sharing.

  • TIA and its member companies believe that an increasingly connected world – commonly referred to as an “Internet of Things” (IoT) – holds immense promise for investment, innovation and wide societal benefit.

    Examining ways to improve governmental device approval processes towards increasing certainty and efficiencies must be a continuous process.

    Protecting the privacy of consumers and technology users.

  • TIA promotes effective public safety communications, and global approaches to cyber security policies in the U.S. and internationally

    Innovative, next-generation wireless devices, applications, and services require spectrum availability.

    TIA represents hundreds of global companies that manufacture, supply or vend information and communications technology (ICT) and who are part of the international standardization system.

  • Tax policy affects the entire industry - manufacturer, supplier, service provider and vendor.

    TIA supports trade liberalization as well as a market-based, technology-neutral approach to regulation in key international markets.

    The rapid advances in technology impact operations and personnel.