2014 General Assembly Session

NVTC Outlines 2014 Legislative Priorities

On Monday, Jan. 6, NVTC Chairman Sudhakar Kesavan, chairman and CEO of ICF International, and NVTC President and CEO Bobbie Kilberg sent letters to all members of the Virginia General Assembly and to the governor-elect, lieutenant governor-elect, attorney general-elect and senior officials of the McAuliffe administration outlining NVTC's 2014 legislative priorities. While the letter acknowledges that policymakers will be making many difficult decisions in adopting budget amendments and policies that meet Virginia's needs and address current revenue challenges, it also highlights the critical nature of further advancing the gains Virginia has made in building a globally branded technology business climate in 2014 budget and policy actions.

To review a copy of NVTC's 2014 Legislative Agenda letter, please click here.

Weekly Public Policy Conference Calls

When session convenes, NVTC's members also are invited to participate in weekly legislative conference calls with the NVTC advocacy team. Beginning Friday, Jan. 17, and recurring each Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. through March 7, our advocacy team will update participants on the goings on in Richmond. These calls offer a valuable opportunity to stay connected to what's going on in Richmond and provide advice and feedback to NVTC leaders and staff. Please send an email to Troy Murphy (tmurphy@nvtc.org) if you would like to receive notice and call-in information for NVTC's weekly conference calls.

2014 Bill Tracking Index

NVTC has compiled an expansive bill tracking index for select bills of interest to NVTC members. Data provided by The Division of Legislative Automated Systems (DLAS) and updated at least twice a week.

Stay Connected with NVTC's Public Policy Team

NVTC maintains a full-time presence in Richmond during the legislative session, and we welcome your feedback. Feel free to contact us at any time with questions, ideas or suggestions:

NVTC Vice President of Policy Josh Levi (jlevi@nvtc.org 703-268-5140)
NVTC Public Policy Manager Troy Murphy (tmurphy@nvtc.org 703-268-5135)