Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)
1101 K ST, NW, Suite 610
Washington, DC 20005Phone: 202-737-8888
About Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)ITI's Environmental Leadership Council provides information to EIATRACK subscribers on pending initiatives at the local, state and federal levels in the United States, including the maintenance of the pending state legislation matrices for End of Life and Materials Restrictions legislation.
The Information Technology Industry Council is a premier group of the nation's leading high-tech companies, effectively conducting its work as a lobbying organization in Washington, in various foreign capitals, and the WTO.
ITI helps member companies achieve their policy objectives through building relationships with Members of Congress, Administration officials, and foreign governments; organizing industry-wide consensus on policy issues; and working to enact tech-friendly government policies. ITI works to reduce barriers that stifle innovation, increase access to global markets, promote e-commerce expansion, protect consumer choice, and enhance the global competitiveness of our companies.
The ITI Environmental Leadership Council (ELC) is part of ITI's Environment & Sustainability division and is a leading industry resource for product-related environmental issue advocacy, representing over 60 of the principal manufacturers of information technology equipment, wireless and consumer electronics devices, and other electronic and high-tech products and systems. The ELC is staffed by experts in key environmental policy areas, including electronics recycling, product materials content and design, and environmentally preferable purchasing. The ELC team engages primarily on domestic policy, advocacy and compliance issues at the federal, state and local levels.
ITI's Environmental Leadership Council consists of the following policy experts:
For more information about the Information Technology Industry Council, please visit http://www.itic.org.