Keep Up to Date with NVTC's Policy Efforts

2015 Legislative Session Convenes in Richmond

Wednesday, Jan. 14 marks the first day of the 2015 Legislative Session of the Virginia General Assembly. This year's session is scheduled to conclude on Saturday, Feb. 28th.

Last week, 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, lieutenant governor, attorney general and senior officials of the McAuliffe administration outlining NVTC's 2015 legislative priorities.

Click on the following links for coverage of NVTC's 2015 legislative efforts:

Washington Business Journal (Jan. 8)
Washington Business Journal (Jan. 12)
The Washington Post: Capital Business (Jan. 8)

NVTC Bill Tracking Index

NVTC members are encouraged to visit NVTC's 2015 General Assembly Session page for information about the ongoing legislative session in Richmond. NVTC also is compiling an expansive bill tracking index for select bills of interest to NVTC members which will be available on NVTC’s website. Using this platform, the technology community will be able to track legislation as it progresses through the legislative process.

NVTC Weekly Legislative Conference Calls

NVTC's members are invited to participate in weekly legislative conference calls with the NVTC advocacy team. Beginning Friday, Jan. 16, and recurring each Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. through February 27, 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 NVTC’s Public Policy Manager Troy Murphy if you would like to receive notice and call-in information for NVTC's weekly conference calls.

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)

For more information about NVTC's advocacy efforts, please visit us online at www.nvtc.org/advocacy and follow us on Twitter @NVTCTechPolitic.