Press Release Washington Business Journal Leadership Trust is an Invitation-Only Community for Top Business Decision Makers in Greater Washington Washington, D.C. February 2020 — The Honorable Kelly H. Carnes, President and CEO of TechVision21, has been invited...
This issue of Inside View reports on some of the highlights. TechVision21 anticipates new policy and program developments in 2020, opportunities to shape Federal science and technology initiatives,and opportunities to access R&D funding at key Federal departments and agencies.
Despite the severe cuts to R&D proposed in President Trump’s Fiscal Year 2018 budget, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018—signed by the President on March 23 and funding government for the remainder of FY 2018—was far more generous than expected, providing some of the largest increases in R&D funding in years.
“Serving as a delegate is an honor and unique opportunity to meet with some very impressive innovators and solution providers. As always, the concepts were innovative and the presentations were polished and professional,” stated Kelly Carnes, President and CEO of TechVision21 and long-time delegate to the Ocean Exchange and Panelist for the Big Pitch Collegiate Competition.
Every $1 of sustained infrastructure investment could generate as much as a $3 return to the economy by 2030. If you time-traveled back to the early 20th century, or even just 60 years ago, nearly all the roads, bridges, subways, water systems, air traffic control...
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