ACT-IAC: Tech's Role in the Presidential Transition

ACT-IAC: Tech's Role in the Presidential Transition

A public-private association is advocating for trust and customer experience in the upcoming presidential term.
Dave Wennergren and Alan Balutis
CEO and Senior Director

Creating an agile government and transforming the national infrastructure for physical and digital resiliency are some of the key issues the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) is recommending that government focuses on for the upcoming presidential term.

In a recent paper, the association identified from a bipartisan approach the opportunities and challenges, as well as recommendations on how to address them, that the next presidential term should tackle.

The paper, which was developed by a team of former senior government officials from both Republican and Democrat administrations, is outlining these recommendations as a way to help the nation move forward and allow government agencies to efficiently and effectively carry out their missions.

The "Presidential Election Project" includes ACT-IAC CEO Dave Wennergren and Cisco Systems Senior Director and Distinguished Fellow Alan Balutis, who discuss what led to the creation of the recommendations and progress for what lies ahead.