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June 4, 2014
Earth Observation Industry Alliance Seeks New Members to Shape Industry Policy

Arlington, Va., May 29, 2014—The Earth Observation Industry Alliance (EOIA) was launched in 2013 to promote and advance the interests of the earth observation industry to ensure its long term viability in the global marketplace.  As the only advocacy organization exclusively focused on the earth observation sector, EOIA advocates on behalf of the commercial earth observation industry and its stakeholders and partners – in the U.S. executive and legislative branches to:

•          Create and sustain supportive national policies;

•          Encourage and promote favorable government regulations and laws; and

•          Improve and sustain a healthy government budget environment.

EOIA is actively seeking new members to help shape the industry’s policy focus and agenda on key issues in Washington, D.C.  As a leading participant in the commercial earth observation industry, your membership and active participation in the alliance would significantly contribute to its success and build a solid foundation for EOIA’s and the Earth Observation Industry’s future.

We hope you and your company will consider joining EOIA and add your voice in shaping the future of our Industry. Please find the attached membership form and other EOIA materials for your review.  At your convenience a member of the EOIA Membership Committee will be pleased to contact you and discuss your participation in EOIA in greater detail.

We look forward to your membership and working with you in shaping the future of the Commercial Earth Observation Industry. For more information, visit www.eoia.org.

 

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