Information Technology Association Of America

What Does Information Technology Association Of America Mean?

The Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) was an association and trade group for leading information technology companies in America. It was incorporated in 1962. ITAA was formerly known as the Association of Data Processing Service Organizations (ADAPSO).


Techopedia Explains Information Technology Association Of America

ITAA was an industry group formed with over 500 leading information and communication technology companies in America. The ITAA core objective was to consult and advise companies in tax, government regulations, privacy, patents, security and other regulatory and compliance matters. The ITAA represented and communicated the concerns, issues and suggestions of the member companies within the congress.

The ITAA was merged with AeA (formerly known as the American Electronics Association) in 2008 to become Tech America. Later, Tech America was bought by CompTIA to become TechAmerica powered by CompTIA.


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