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The TPI Aspen Forum is the place to discuss everything we’ve learned about technology policy this year with government, industry, and academic leaders.

TPI Aspen brings together experts across business, industry, and government to discuss how tech policy and regulation impact daily life. Through panel discussions and fireside chats, participants discuss experiences with tech policy in this unprecedented year and what we should learn from it going forward—what worked, what did not, what we still need to understand, and how policy can make technology work for everyone.

5.5 hours of CLE credits are pending with the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board. Attorneys seeking CLE credits should contact Sarah Oh at soh@techpolicyinstitute.org for more information.

Brian Sullivan interviews Makan Delrahim at the 2019 Aspen Forum.

Press gaggle surrounds Makan Delrahim at the 2019 Aspen Forum.

Breakfast spread at the 2017 Forum.

Brian Sullivan interviews Makan Delrahim at the 2019 Aspen Forum.

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agenda

Check back to the link below for updates to our 2021 agenda. Currently under construction! 

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Virtual Aspen

Relive last year's TPI Aspen! Link to all the videos from this year's Aspen forum below.

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Register

Aspen Forum 2021 will be held in person. We will reevaluate the safety of this decision on June 1. Register now to reserve your spot.

2021 speakers