|Repository||Dallas Municipal Archives|
Office of the City Secretary
1500 Marilla Street, 5D South
Dallas, Texas 75201
|Creator||City of Dallas|
|Title||Report from the Mayor's Task Force on High Technology|
|Quantity||0.50 linear inches|
|Abstract||Report from a task force commissioned to study the health and growth of high technology in Dallas.|
|Language||Records are in English|
Scope and Content
The collection consists of a bound copy of the report generated by the Mayor's Task Force on High Technology.
The City of Dallas has long been a center for technological advancement. Beginning in 1958 with the invention of the integrated circuit by Texas Instruments engineer Jack Kilby, Dallas has been at the forefront of high tech innovation. (Kilby was awarded a Nobel Prize in 2000 for this achievement.) The region's technology sector is anchored by companies such as Texas Instruments and AT&T.
The Mayor's Task Force on High Technology was formed in March 1984 by Mayor A. Starke Taylor. The task force was developed to investigate the health of high technology in the Metroplex and to recommend how to further promote the growth of the industry. To accomplish this goal, the task force consulted with business, academic, and governmental leaders to develop recommendations on how best to enhance the growth of the high tech industry in the Metroplex.
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Report from the Mayor's Task Force on High Technology, 1984 (Box <x>, Folder <y>), Dallas Municipal Archives
Dallas -- Texas -- History
High technology industries -- Texas -- Dallas Metropolitan Area -- Location
|1||1||High Technology Task Force 1, 1984 |