The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation representing the interests of more than three million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions. C_TEC promotes policies that foster innovation and creativity and sponsors research to inform policymakers and the public.
Artificial Intelligence Commission on Competitiveness, Inclusion, and Innovation
The U.S. Chamber’s AI Commission, co-chaired by former Rep. John Delaney (D-MD) and Rep. Mike Ferguson (R-NJ), will convene thought leaders with experience in government, industry, and civil society to advance U.S. leadership in the use and regulation of AI technology.
2022 Data Privacy Map
An emerging patchwork of state privacy laws creates confusion, harms consumers and companies, particularly small businesses, and threatens America's technological leadership. We need a national privacy standard that protects all Americans equally. Our map tracks privacy bills across each state.
Empowering Small Business Study
C_TEC worked with Teneo Research to conduct a nationwide survey and econometric analysis of the U.S. small business ecosystem. What we found is that technology is a driver of economic success for small businesses and that policymakers must encourage an environment that enables all businesses to succeed with digital tools.
The Weekly Download
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The Weekly Download will keep you updated on emerging tech issues including privacy, telecommunications, artificial intelligence, transportation, and government digital transformation.
Our Working Groups are committees focused on specific issue areas. Each group meets regularly to engage with policymakers, regulators, and representatives from the Administration. They also develop strategies to advance the goals of the collective group.