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    1. Go Code Colorado Wins Project of the Year at Apex Awards.

      Go Code Colorado Wins Project of the Year at Apex Awards.

      Early in November, The Colorado Technology Association hosted its annual APEX Awards. This annual event recognizes both individuals and organizations that have contributed to the success of the state’s technology sector.

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    2. Denver clears up sales tax on custom software development

      Denver clears up sales tax on custom software development

      "Mayor Hancock's leadership is exemplified in the speed and timeliness to convene in the summer and work in the fall and publish a new policy in less than 120 days," said Erik Mitisek , CEO of the Colorado Technology Association.

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    3. Denver clarifies its software tax policies

      Denver clarifies its software tax policies

      The city and Colorado Technology Association plan a Nov. 17 town hall meeting to discuss the changes. Many surrounding suburban cities don't collect sales tax to software that's not packaged and sold in retail stores — Boulder, a software tech hub ...

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    4. Denver Sales & Use Tax Stakeholder Town Hall

      Denver Sales & Use Tax Stakeholder Town Hall

      The Colorado Technology Association and city officials will host a town hall meeting to review the new tax guide, field questions and discuss the future of software in Denver.

      View press release for additional information.

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    5. Exelis completes spinoff of Colorado-based unit

      Exelis completes spinoff of Colorado-based unit

      The spinoff of Exelis Inc.'s Colorado Springs-based Mission Systems unit as a separate company has been completed, with the stand-alone business getting a new name and a New York Stock Exchange ticket symbol. The company -- formerly Exelis Mission Systems -- is now called Vectrus Inc., and is trading as VEC, Vectrus announced Monday. Vectrus provides infrastructure asset management, information technology and network communication services, and logistics and supply chain management services to…

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    6. Colorado gets high marks for tech innovation

      Colorado gets high marks for tech innovation

      Colorado's use of technology is heading forward, with the state scoring above average marks on the recent biennial Digital States Survey. The Center for Digital Government, which administers the survey, gave the state a "B+" grade for its practices, policies and progress in use of technology to "better serve citizens," and "streamline operations," the survey said.

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    7. Got an idea for a business? Register for Denver Startup Week

      Got an idea for a business? Register for Denver Startup Week

      Denver Startup Week, which begins Sept. 15 and runs through Sept. 20, celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit of Denver and Colorado by bringing together the public, private and nonprofits in the region to cross-pollinate ideas and teach people about starting a business. In its third year, the event is the largest free entrepreneurial event in the country, jam-packed with sessions, presentations by successful entrepreneurs, workshops, happy hours and more.

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    8. Syscap Announces Partnership With Swiftpage

      Syscap Announces Partnership With Swiftpage

      Syscap, the leading independent provider of finance, is partnering with Swiftpage to offer a new funding solution to its resellers. Swiftpage is a leading provider of integrated marketing and CRM solutions and is in the process of rolling out Act! Finance to its Platinum, Gold and Silver partners. The deal will allow Swiftpage resellers to present spread payment facilities to its clients ...

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    9. Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit applications available in early September

      Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit applications available in early September

      DENVER – The online application process for the Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit is expected to be available in early September, according to the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT).

      “Angel investments are critical ingredients that fuel innovation and new business creation in technology-driven sectors like the Advanced Industries,” said Jeff Kraft, OEDIT’s director of business funding and incentives.

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    10. State offers tax credits to startup investors

      DENVER The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade has announced that it will make the online application process for the Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit available in early September.House Bill 1012, passed this year, allows investors who put money into qualified small businesses in...

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    11. Technology companies fighting Denver tax

      DENVER (AP) - Denver officials were meeting with technology executives on Wednesday to discuss a city tax on software services that is leading some businesses to consider relocating. Denver economic development chief Paul Washington and Deputy Mayor and chief financial officer Cary Kennedy are scheduled to attend the ...

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    12. Focus on the technology industry

      Focus on the technology industry

      The legislature's attitude was, everything is subject to sales tax 1569_ 6/23/14 - It has taken a lot to get here, to this celebration of the earned successes of the CTA Public Policy Committee during the last legislative session as it relates to the tech industry. We are talking with Bill Mueldener, Principal, State and Local Tax Services, at HEIN with a heavy focus on the technology industry.

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    13. Building Relationships

      Building Relationships

      LISTEN: Industry Briefing and High Tech Session Recap 1561_ 6/9/14 - We are at the CTA Industry Briefing & Legislative Session Celebration speaking with JB Holston, Chairman, Sitrion and Co-Chair of CTA's Public Policy Committee to talk about the legislative session and CTA's public policy efforts in general. JB said their committee got together about a year ago and decided to make some changes to effect better results from their efforts.

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    14. Hackathons: Giving back to the community, one line of code at a time

      Hackathons: Giving back to the community, one line of code at a time

      By Andy Vuong The Denver Post Posted: 05/26/2014 12:01:00 AM MDT Updated: 05/26/2014 12:09:14 AM MDT Harrison Kuzbyt, a University of Denver computer science major, works on his team project at the recent GovDev Challenge in which Google partnered with the Harrison Kuzbyt, a University of Denver computer science major, works on his team project at the recent GovDev Challenge in which Google partnered with the states of Colorado and Wyoming to create solutions for challenges facing local governments. (Photos by Brenden Neville, Special to The Denver Post)

      Civic hackathons, popping up ...

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    15. CTA Industry Briefing & Legislative Session Celebration

      Industry Collaboration Briefing: A Monthly Series

      CTA hosts an Industry Collaboration Briefing where we provide updates on activity, programs and trends in:

      - Public policy related to building a technology and business friendly climate

      - Talent pipeline, including STEM education & workforce development

      - Business growth, including new market development, access to funding, etc.

      - The technology, telecommunications, broadcasting, media, information and electronics sectors

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    16. Symposium offers forum for export policies

      Symposium offers forum for export policies

      In the first public discussion of new federal satellite export policies, industry experts and government officials expressed optimism about the long-awaited reforms and their potential impact on the space-based economy. The Satellite Export Controls Workshop took place Monday afternoon at The Broadmoor during the 30th annual Space Symposium, addressing the revised rules of the 1999… Continue Reading Symposium offers forum for export policies

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    17. The Power of Collaboration

      Posted By Erik Mitisek, CEO, Monday, May 05, 2014

      This Friday, the Governor is scheduled to sign into law five pieces of legislation that together, create the Telecom Reform Package for Colorado. Good news: Colorado did it!

      After working on telecom reform for the greater part of the last four legislative sessions (four years), what made this year different? Collaboration.

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