May 06, 2014

Washington, D.C. - The IT Alliance for Public Sector (ITAPS), a division of ITI, announced today that Beth Winters is joining to augment the ITAPS state, local, and education (SLED) team.  Beth has worked in the association and nonprofit community for more than 15 years, most recently as the chief legislative strategist, lobbyist, and primary legislative spokesperson for one of the largest school board associations in the nation.  

With Beth, we are doubling the resources devoted to the state and local government and education technology markets,” said ITI Senior Vice President, Public Sector Trey Hodgkins.  “We are very pleased to have found someone with a legislative and education policy background. Beth will focus those skills on procurement policies in the state capitals, as well as the innovative market and policy opportunity that education technology presents for our member companies.”

“I am excited to join ITAPS and look forward to drawing on my experiences advocating at the state level and working on education policy to help promote the interests of the public sector facing technology companies all around the country,” said Winters.

About ITI.  ITI is the premier advocacy and policy organization for the world’s leading innovation companies.  ITI navigates the relationships between policymakers, companies, and non-governmental organizations, providing creative solutions that advance the development and use of technology around the world.  Visit to learn more. Follow us on Twitter @ITI_TechTweets.

About ITAPS. ITAPS, a division of ITI, is an alliance of leading technology companies building and integrating the latest innovative technologies for the public sector market. With a focus on the federal, state, and local levels of government, as well as on educational institutions, ITAPS advocates for improved procurement policies and practices, while identifying business development opportunities and sharing market intelligence with our industry participants. Visit to learn more. Follow us on Twitter @ITAlliancePS.

Public Policy Tags: Public Sector