Lunchtime Lightning Talks: 5G recap

In June we hosted a panel of experts to chat about 5G technology and answer questions from our audience. In case you missed it, watch the webinar, and take a […]

Stay at home, vote at home? (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of a series. To read the first blog reviewing the lawsuit, read Part 1. We need to think about what the coronavirus means for our elections. […]

Letter to the Editor: Embrace the Tech

Dear Editor, The world has changed recently, but one thing that has not changed is Austin’s entrepreneurial spirit. Austin’s business community has quickly adopted solutions to adapt and serve our […]

Stay at home, vote at home? (Part 1)

Texas’ first election since the public health crisis in the US will be a run-off election on July 14 and many are questioning how to safely vote. While the coronavirus […]

Austin Tech Alliance releases 2019 policy agenda 

(Austin, TX) // Today, Austin Tech Alliance released their new policy agenda reflecting their efforts to encourage a variety of initiatives in the Austin community in 2019-2020. These priority areas […]

ATA releases 2019 local policy agenda

Austin Tech Alliance’s mission is to promote civic engagement in Austin’s tech sector. Part of that work involves an advocacy focus aimed at using tech as a tool to help […]

A Breakdown of USCMA’s Digital Trade Section

At the November G20 Summit in Argentina, the new trade deal, US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (otherwise known as the USMCA), was signed by their respective countries, thereby calling on Congress to approve […]

Why Austin lags in race to a 5G future

This op-ed by ATA’s executive director, David Edmonson, originally ran in the Austin American-Statesman on Thursday, September 27, 2018. I read the Statesman’s article about the slow pace of small […]