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December 12, 2017
WASHINGTON–ITIF's Center for Data Innovation today welcomed the introduction of the
December 6, 2017
WASHINGTON—The United States is losing its competitive edge in the global economy and needs to adopt a comprehensive strategy not just to improve the general market environment but also to meet the
November 28, 2017
WASHINGTON— The number of technology-based startups in the U.S.
November 27, 2017
WASHINGTON— A detailed review of hundreds of the most popular federal websites shows that, year over year, most continue to fall short of requirements set by the federal government, as well as indu
November 21, 2017
WASHINGTON—The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), a leading science and tech policy think tank, today applauded the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for moving to retur


News Clips

December 19, 2017
“In the short term, little to nothing is going to be changing,” said ITIF’s Doug Brake. “The ISPs have the best sort of regulatory framework that they could hope for. I think they’re going to be cautious. To the extent that there are changes, they’re going to be incremental.”
December 16, 2017
A provocative paper from ITIF says that we need the robots to destroy more jobs – not fewer. Why? Because it is only by replacing old ways of working with new ones that we will ever be able to increase productivity, and make society wealthier.
December 15, 2017
For every 1-percent decrease in research and development, the nation’s gross domestic product decreases by $23 billion, according to a 2012 report by ITIF. Failure to fund research is a failure to support Texas.
December 15, 2017
Daniel Castro, vice president of the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation, warned against following Europe too closely in their cyber policies, due to concerns that Europe’s intense regulation will limit innovation.
December 14, 2017
Doug Brake, senior policy analyst at ITIF, is a fan of reclassification, but an even bigger fan of Congress stepping in to clarify what rules there should be.