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AAU, together with 14 associations, sent a letter to USCIS acting director Ken Cuccinelli to request information regarding the USCIS decision on electronic registration for the fiscal year FY21 H-1B cap filing season and stakeholder engagement for the H-1B registration tool.
AAU and APLU sent a letter to OMB acting director Russell Vought urging his office to support increased federal funding for higher education and scientific research in the administration’s FY21 budget
AAU, COGR, EDUCAUSE, APLU, and ACE comment letter in response to NIST Request for Public Comment on SP 800-171B.
AAU, together with nine other higher education associations, submitted comments to the Federal Trade Commission regarding the agency’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, titled “Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information.” 

AAU, together with ACE, APLU, and 31 other higher education associations, sent a letter to Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Rep. Alfred Lawson Jr. (D-FL) to thank them for introducing S. 2143/H.R. 3809, the College Student Hunger Act of 2019.

The Energy Science Coalition, which includes AAU, sent a letter to Energy Secretary Rick Perry and OMB Acting Director Russell Vought urging them to retain six Federal Advisory Committees that “provide invaluable advice on research priorities and infrastructure investments to the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science.”
AAU, together with ACE, APLU, and three other higher education organizations, yesterday sent a letter to Education Secretary Betsy DeVoss to oppose the sudden loss of access to Pell Grants, supplemental grants, and federal student loans experienced by some 80,000 Californian students pursuing online education.
AAU sent a letter to Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) to oppose provisions in the “SBA Reauthorization and Improvement Act of 2019.”
AAU and APLU sent a letter to Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin, Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Russel Vough, Speaker Pelosi, and Leaders McCarthy, McConnell, and Schumer urging them to work together to negotiate a bipartisan budget agreement that raises the discretionary spending caps for FY2020 and FY2021. 

AAU, along with other members of the higher education community, sent a letter to Chairman Alexander, Ranking Member Murray, Chairman Scott, and Ranking Member Foxx on July 15, 2019 urging them to consider graduate education as a priority during the process of reauthorizing the Higher Education A