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Plan now to attend the event of the year for city officials in Idaho - the AIC Annual Conference scheduled for June 22 - 24 at the Boise Centre. Meet city officials from around the state, develop leadership skills, recognize community importance, assist in a community service project and learn how to be a positive influence.The technology industry has been firmly anchored in the Boise Valley for almost 40 years with the establishment of HP and Micron in the 1970s.The report will provide recommendations to federal programs dealing with nuclear energy. Lots of fun pictures of attractive professionals sitting at tables, speaking at lecterns, holding coffee cups.If the result of all this meeting and greeting is a skein of good ideas that promote nuclear and clean energy, that’s enough. If you are a nursing leader in the areas of Antepartum, Labor & Delivery, Newborn Nursery, NICU, etc., this Summit brings peers together to network.Please join the Idaho Perinatal Project and Mead Johnson Nutrition, as well as Nurse Managers from around the state, as we discuss new and important information in the world of Maternal/Child health. Chinden Boulevard Boise, ID 83714 Single Rate with Breakfast – 2 per night Double Rate with Breakfast – 2 per night For reservations in the Idaho Perinatal Project Room Block, please call 1 (208) 343-1871 by Friday, October 7.More than 120 experts gathered for simultaneous workshops in six different cities, representing National Labs, universities, nonprofits and major companies.The workshops kicked off with energetic remarks by Dr. "It's about supplying the energy the world needs and at the same time doing a much better job of dealing with climate and other environmental impacts," Orr said.
They were joined in the conversation by the Boise Valley Economic Partnership (BVEP), Idaho Departments of Commerce and Labor and the Idaho Technology Council.
The idea of nuclear professionals gathering in a Starbucks and exchanging their credentials with an eye toward future happiness has a certain appeal.
And perhaps as quickly as it takes an atom to split. But the Department of Energy has a (slightly) different idea in mind: The Department of Energy's Idaho National Laboratory led the charge.
Through the Chamber’s partnership with ITC, it is successfully serving Boise’s technology sector and ensuring that the region remains attractive for new technology businesses considering a move to Idaho.
Recently, the Chamber and the ITC partnered on the “Cloud Services Clarification Act”, legislation to clarify existing tax code to ensure that cloud-based computing services are treated as services under the law, thereby exempting them from taxation.This legislation was important not just to technology companies, but also to the growing number of Chamber members who rely on cloud-based computing services to perform a variety of functions in their businesses.