For American companies to prosper in the global economy and continue to grow and create jobs for American workers, the United States must create a competitive policy framework that fosters innovation and facilitates the productive use of information and technology. A secure, reliable environment for information and technology innovation is an essential prerequisite to expanding access to new global markets and customers. Maximizing the effective use of information and technology will enable U.S. companies to more efficiently drive growth, exports and employment.
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President and CEO,
Committee Chair, Business Roundtable
CEOs of America’s leading companies have identified the following the core issue areas that must be addressed if U.S. companies are to compete and win in the global economy. These issue areas form the agenda for Business Roundtable’s Information and Technology Committee: