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2017 Government Affairs: Latest from Capitol Hill and the Gold Dome

Federal and state government affairs activities are now fully underway, and the ATPC is engaged. The 2016 elections brought a change in leadership and priorities at the federal level, and ATPC Executive Director H. West Richards recently took his first 2017 trip to Washington, D.C., attending meetings scheduled by the federal government relations team at [...]

Transaction Alley to Host First of Its Kind Cyber Forum in May

The ATPC will convene leading voices from the public and private sectors to discuss cybersecurity issues at the first Transaction Alley Cyber Forum on May 22nd. The event, being held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta will be hosted by both of Georgia’s U.S. Senators, Johnny Isakson and David Perdue each of whom are [...]

Member Company Roster Continues to Grow as TSYS Joins the ATPC

TSYS, the well-known payments company based in Columbus, Ga., is the latest to join ATPC at the highest level of membership. TSYS joins Elavon, FIS Global, First Data, InComm, Ingenico Group North America, Merchant e-Solutions (a Cielo company), and Worldpay US on the ATPC Executive Board. Pam Joseph – an ATPC board member while at [...]

Deal Signs Amended FY 2017 Budget

The ATPC, its member companies, and consultant team are well-aware that one of Governor Nathan Deal’s priorities is cybersecurity, and he recently allocated funds to elevate Georgia to be a leader in this field. A recent press release from the Office of the Governor, stated: “With this amended budget, we are investing in Georgia’s top [...]

Forbes: Atlanta and London Will Launch Annual Payments Conference

February 7, 2017 By Tom Groenfeldt London and Atlanta are rarely mentioned in the same paragraph when it comes to financial services centers, but this autumn they will launch an annual payments conference, the P20, that will shift between London and Atlanta. Organizers said they are calling it the P20 because it will bring together [...]