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"South Carolina technology plans and reports from various groups around our state that are working together to make sure we are leaders in all areas of technology for the next economy"

Over the past nine years the following reports and plans have been presented to the Governor, the Legislature and hundreds of other groups and organization across our great state. These have been the vision, the goals, and the work, of the Board of Directors of the South Carolina Technology Alliance. In order for these reports and plans to be implemented, it will require, continuous action and patience to bring South Carolina into the Technology Revolution of the New Economy and more importantly the Next Economy. This challenge will call for the leadership energies and efforts of all South Carolinians, business, political, and educational to see these turned into action.

The South Carolina Technology Initiative 2000 has received high praise from a number of members of national technology organizations across our country, most recently from the Southern Technology Council, the State Science and Technology Institute and the from the State of West Virginia's, Secretary of Technology.

 

The SBA selected the South Carolina Technology Alliance as their "Visions 2000" honoree for the work that we are doing across the state in all areas of technology development and our work in the knowledge based next ecnomy.

 

Over the last seven years the South Carolina Technology Alliance has provided the leadership to create a cyber friendly South Carolina. 

 

A number of reports, surveys, plans and innovation strategies have been presented to the Governor, the Legislature and hundreds of other interested groups and organizations across our state.  The technology revolution and our move toward the next economy have been well documented.

 

The following reports, legislative agendas and innovation economy policies have been widely distributed thoughout the south, nationally and around the world.

 

The South Carolina Technology Legislative Agenda 2002

 

The South Carolina Technology Act of 2003


Governor Sanford's Economic Development Report 2003

 

The South Carolina Technology Legislative Agenda 2004

 

The South Carolina Venture Capital Investment Act