Information Technology Association of Canada

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The Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) (or Association canadienne de la technologie de l'information) is the voice of the Canadian information and communications technologies (ICT) industry. It represents a diverse ICT community spanning telecommunications and internet services, ICT consulting services, hardware, microelectronics, software and electronic content. ITAC's community of companies accounts for more than 70 per cent of the 572,000 jobs, $140.5 billion in revenue, $6.0 billion in R&D investment, $31.4 billion in exports and $11.4 billion in capital expenditures that the ICT industry contributes annually to the Canadian economy. ITAC is a prominent advocate for the expansion of Canada's innovative capacity and for stronger productivity across all sectors through the strategic use of technology.

Sectors represented include:

Its six priority areas for Canada Are:

  • Global competitiveness of Canada's Knowledge Economy
  • ICT adoption
  • Public Sector procurement
  • eHealth
  • Smart Regulation
  • Talent

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