Businesses like ours are the lifeblood of our national economy. They employ more than half of the country’s private sector workforce.
SLPowers is proud to be part of the economy. We employ professionals with cybersecurity and information technology expertise and contribute to our local economy by bringing growth and innovation to the community in which our business was established.
Mr. Sanchez was thrilled to join forces with fellow IT colleagues to advocates in Washington, D.C., on February 9-10, to speak with Members of Congress about issues that are critical to the future of our business and the overall tech industry.
The annual “fly-in” was organized by CompTIA to advocate on behalf of the tech community. CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association, represents technology companies of all sizes and is committed to expanding market opportunities and driving competitiveness of the U.S. technology industry around the world.
Innovation is a key force behind a strong 21st century economy, and our leaders should prioritize issues that affect growing companies like SLPowers.
While in Washington, Mr. Sanchez visited Congressional leaders’ offices to advocate on tax reform, workforce development, cybersecurity, broadband communications and digital privacy—all are central to our industry. These legislative issues are key ingredients for helping technology firms like mine to become more competitive.
Please join us in our effort by urging your local lawmakers to make long-lasting reforms that will impact the future of the tech industry.