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Invent Together, a coalition of businesses, universities, and organizations including AAU, sent a letter urging House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to keep the bipartisan Inventor Diversity for Economic Advancement (IDEA) Act in the final innovation and competitiveness legislation currently pending in Congress.
AAU joined 12 other higher education associations in submitting comments to the Federal Trade Commission regarding its notice of proposed rulemaking concerning “Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information.”
AAU comments addressing the Copyright Office’s September 2, 2021, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM).
AAU joined ACE and four other higher education organizations in sending a letter to Senate leadership expressing their concern and opposition to an amendment filed by Senator Rubio to S. 1260 the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act of 2021. 
Comments submitted to NIST on April 5, 2021 by AAU, APLU, CGA, ACE, and AAMC on 37 CFR Parts 401 and 404.
AAU and APLU submitted comments in response to the United States Copyright Office’s request for public comment on its forthcoming study on state sovereign immunity in the copyright context.
AAU and APLU today submitted comments in response to the United States Copyright Office’s request for public comment on its forthcoming study on state sovereign immunity in the copyright context.
State Department Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Keith Krach sent a letter to the governing boards of American colleges and universities and their affiliates seeking their assistance to safeguard American technology and institutions to ensure national and economic security remain safe and free from foreign interference.
APLU and AAU will host the third “University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Showcase,” featuring twenty university-affiliated startup companies from across the nation, on September 10, 2020
AAU joined APLU in filing an amicus brief in Allen v. Cooper, a case that will be argued before the Supreme Court on November 5.