About The Computing Technology Industry Association, Inc.

As a non-profit trade association advancing the global interests of tech businesses, tech professionals, tech educators and anyone interested in a tech career, CompTIA focuses its programs in these main areas: - Networking: Member-led communities, councils, and events that help thousands of tech executives and professionals expand their networks and give back to the industry - Education: Vendor-neutral education, business standards, technical content, and career advice to help drive business revenue and professional growth - Thought Leadership: Highly regarded research and industry-leader opinion on topics including technology trends, cybersecurity and workforce issues - Certification: Vendor-neutral certifications that help millions of IT pros around the world validate their skills and advance in their careers - Advocacy: Advocacy at state, federal, and international levels for policies that build a skilled tech workforce and advance the digital economy - Philanthropy: Help for those who are under-represented in IT and those who lack economic opportunity to prepare for, secure and succeed in IT careers

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