DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., July 25, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the technology industry, today welcomed two prominent organizations as the newest members of its Public Sector Councils.
Compuware, a leading provider of mainframe-dedicated software to the world's largest companies, has joined the CompTIA State and Local Government and Education Council.
"As a trusted partner to public sector agencies across the United States with experience partnering with public sector CIOs, Compuware brings added insight and expertise to SLED with its thorough understanding of citizen demand of government IT services," said Peter Kaminskas, vice president, member relations, CompTIA.
"Nearly every government agency depends on digital communications and data protection to meet its mission," Kaminskas said. "ViaSat brings valuable experience to our council as we work to ensure the U.S. continues to be a leader in the space marketplace."
CompTIA Public Sector Councils serve as a collaborative source of knowledge, educational outreach and guidance to support and improve the development of the state and local government, human services, and space enterprise markets. Guided by staff and led by members, these strategic councils identify, discuss, debate and prioritize guidance on industry issues and challenges. Member companies engage in meaningful dialogue with program leaders and elected officials while effectively monitoring key legislative issues that affect their ability to do business. The deliverables built by our councils come in a wide variety of formats including market research, white papers, blogs, tools, templates and more.
To learn more visit https://www.comptia.org/communities/public-sector-councils.