List of Software Lobbying Groups

Software lobbying groups lobby governments and advocate generally to influence technology policy decisions on behalf of their members.

  • Free Software Foundation
  • Campaign for Creativity
  • Association for Competitive Technology
  • European Information & Communications Technology Industry Association (EICTA)
  • Business Software Alliance
  • Initiative for Software Choice
  • Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)
Lobbying in the United States
Topics
  • Political action committee
  • 527 organization
  • Campaign finance (reform)
Major industrial and business lobbies
  • Agricultural
  • Energy
  • Health
  • Insurance
  • Organized labor
  • Software
  • Tobacco
  • Transportation
Major single-issue lobbies
  • Administration
  • Abortion
  • Environmental
  • Federal leadership
  • Foreign policy
  • Gun Politics
  • Immigration
  • LGBT
  • Retirees
  • Women
Foreign lobbying
  • Arab
  • Armenia
  • China
  • Cuba
  • Egypt
  • Greece
  • Israel
  • Libya
  • Pakistan
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Turkish

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