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Congressional Visits Day 2007

The 12th Annual SET Congressional Visits Day
On 1-2 May, U.S. IEEE members joined with like-minded members of the science, engineering and technology (SET) community in visits to congressional offices at the nation's Capitol complex in Washington, D.C.

Participants in the two-day event were there to remind lawmakers on that balanced federal investment in science, engineering and technology is fundamental to the future of our nation's prosperity; and effective competitiveness and innovation policies will sustain U.S. technological leadership and encourage the development of a skilled, creative and competitive workforce.

IEEE members visited the offices of members of Congress, where they met with key staff to discuss the importance of balanced and sustained federal investment.

Below are pictures representing some of the U.S. IEEE members in action.


IEEE member George Dean (right) meets with Rep. Todd Tiahrt (Kan.)

IEEE member Lise Johnson meets with Rep. Don Young (Alaska)

IEEE member Subrata Saha with Rep. Mike Honda (Calif.)

IEEE members meet with Rep. Michael N. Castle (Del.), pictured at center

Outside the office of Sen. John Warner (Va.)

IEEE-USA's Debbie Rudolph with IEEE-USA VP for Technology Policy, Cliff Lau

 

 

Updated:  19 October 2006
 

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