By Law Vote

Ballots for proposed changes to the Association’s By Laws were recently sent to all CDCA Corporate Members. We ask that you please exercise your right to vote. The proposed changes reflect our current operation and also adds clarity to our processes as we anticipate the continued growth and evolution of our Association. Feel free to pose any questions you may have to one of the Ways Means and Rules Committee members at WMR@charlestondca.org or to one of your Board of Directors.

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33rd SBIOI - July 2014

Date: 
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Location: 
TRIDENT TECHNICAL COLLEGE The College Center at the Complex for Economic Development Culinary Institute of Charleston Building 920, 7000 Rivers Ave. North Charleston, SC. 29406

This venue allows small business company representatives the opportunity to meet with other small and large businesses, and SPAWAR technical and contract representatives in a neutral, non-competitive environment. Please RSVP below, negative RSVPs not required

Letter from Senator Tim Scott to the CDCA

Defending our Nation, Supporting our State

To My South Carolina Partners in the Military Defense Support Community:

First, I want to thank you for your unfailing commitment to a level of excellence that is absolutely necessary in order to adequately support those who form the first line of defense for our nation. I also want to assure you that I understand and value the essential role that you play in helping to maintain the unparalleled strength of our national defense. The defense support community makes a critically important contribution to the most technologically advanced military on earth, and I am working in Washington to ensure that the unique and valuable services of South Carolinians to our military are recognized and sustained.

CDCA Donates $2,000 to help Palmetto Scholars Academy Attend Odyssey of the Mind World Finals

Their task was to create a “haunted” environment with a narrator character and another character who experienced special effects. Their solution—a giant computer set that opens to reveal a “virus infected motherboard.” Special effects engineered by seven middle-school students create a haunted computer environment. This solution, presented by Palmetto Scholars Academy students at state competition, earned them a ticket to World Finals in May. They and another Palmetto Scholars Academy team now have the opportunity to attend and compete in May.

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OpenCon 2014

The team that brought you Mil-OSS presents OpenCon 2014! We are taking open source even further!

When: Sept 17th (Golf Tournament on the 16th)
Where: Footlight Theater Downtown Charleston

We are bringing together panels form SPAWAR, Industry and the start up community to discuss the open culture around software development, technology and community.

Sponsorship will sell out!

Registration is free to attendees and is limited, we have reserved seating for our government partners. This event fills up quickly every year!

More info, Sponsor and Register at http://opensiliconharbor.com/

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