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Trips North Carolina Electronics and Information Technology Association - Sponsor of Congressional Travel


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    Trips Selected 4 $3,328
    Approved by Republicans 1 $827
    Approved by Democrats 3 $2,501

View Details / PDF Traveler/ Dates Approver Destination/ Purpose Cost
View trip details View original PDF Ackil, Joshua J. (Josh)
Daschle, Sen. Tom (-SD)
Raleigh, NC
Info tech educational trip
View trip details View original PDF Johnson, William S.
Watt, Rep. Mel (-NC)
Raleigh, NC
Briefing on "open source" computer operating systems and the federal government's role
View trip details View original PDF View Amended PDF Mirisis, Nicholas
Fletcher, Rep. Ernie (-KY)
Raleigh, NC
Attend congressional educational briefing on the impact of technology
View trip details View original PDF Pleasants, Ida Patricia
Etheridge, Rep. Bob (-NC)
Raleigh, NC
Open source briefing
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