Entrepreneurship Policy and
technology-based entrepreneurial business is critical to the
U.S. economy, our members’ career vitality, and employment. The IEEE Entrepreneurship Policy and Innovation Committee (EPIC)'s
mission is to advance the entrepreneurship and innovation
policy interests of electrical, electronics and computer
engineers, as well as related information technology
professionals, with a specific focus on the small technology
business needs of IEEE’s U.S. members and the overall
economic health of the U.S. technical workforce. The scope
of activities includes both public and private sector
policymaking that directly affects IEEE’s U.S. members who
are entrepreneurs and their employees.
The Committee is charged to take appropriate actions,
including but not limited to, development of information
reports and assessments, surveys, formulation of proposed
IEEE-USA position statements, preparation and presentation
of testimony and regulatory comments, holding annual small
technology business policy symposia, coordination of
official and member grassroots communications with policy
makers, coalition building and education of IEEE U.S.
members and others on entrepreneurship, innovation and small
technology business issues of concern.
The Committee will also provide knowledge, experience and
support to IEEE’s U.S. members who start and grow
entrepreneurial technology businesses.
- Co-Chair: Mark Wingate
- Co-Chair: Terry Wong
Consult the IEEE-USA
Calendar or contact
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