Policy landscape

HP engages with policy makers, industry groups who share common interests, and other strategic partnerships to help shape laws and standards that encourage inclusion in technological innovation.

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Policy landscape

HP engages with policy makers, industry groups who share common interests, and other strategic partnerships to help shape laws and standards that encourage inclusion in technological innovation.

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HP partners with a variety of industry groups — ITI, Digital Europe, and IAAP. Together, we collaborate on important initiatives going on worldwide and explore innovative solutions to help monitor, act on, and influence both policy & standards. This map provides some insight into regions where the Office of Aging & Accessibility is closely monitoring and acting on global policy intiatives. We care deeply about our customers and HP's ability to create meaningful, innovative products that promote ease of use in a digtial age.

HP partners with a variety of industry groups — ITI, Digital Europe, and IAAP. Together, we collaborate on important initiatives going on worldwide and explore innovative solutions to help monitor, act on, and influence both policy & standards. This map provides some insight into regions where the Office of Aging & Accessibility is closely monitoring and acting on global policy intiatives. We care deeply about our customers and HP's ability to create meaningful, innovative products that promote ease of use in a digtial age.

HP partners with a variety of industry groups — ITI, Digital Europe, and IAAP. Together, we collaborate on important initiatives going on worldwide and explore innovative solutions to help monitor, act on, and influence both policy & standards. This map provides some insight into regions where the Office of Aging & Accessibility is closely monitoring and acting on global policy intiatives. We care deeply about our customers and HP's ability to create meaningful, innovative products that promote ease of use in a digtial age.

HP partners with a variety of industry groups — ITI, Digital Europe, and IAAP. Together, we collaborate on important initiatives going on worldwide and explore innovative solutions to help monitor, act on, and influence both policy & standards. This map provides some insight into regions where the Office of Aging & Accessibility is closely monitoring and acting on global policy intiatives. We care deeply about our customers and HP's ability to create meaningful, innovative products that promote ease of use in a digtial age.

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