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an executive agency responsible for providing economic advice to the President

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Walt Zerbe's dedication and contributions in TechHome set high standards in home installation and automation that will continue to facilitate the growth of this dynamic industry in years to come," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA.
To provide consumers information and other content about consumer electronics, CEA is redesigning its homepage, CE.
CEA also provides a mortgage assistance benefit, which is a $25,000 forgivable loan for purchase of a primary residence in Arlington County.
Tablets are the fastest growing category in consumer electronics history," said Tara Hutton, director of market research, CEA.
Consumer confidence in technology spending also fell this month, with the CEA Index of Consumer Technology Expectations (ICTE) dipping to 85.
According to Nyann Dordan, CPCU, AIS, product offerings manager at Blue Cod, and white paper author, the CEA was the answer to a potential economic disaster in California.
Those reinsurance commitments expire April 1, and if lawmakers fail to act before then, the CEA financing package will start unraveling.
The CEA Index of Consumer Expectations (ICE) increased 3.
The CEA Index of Consumer Technology Expectations (ICTE) fell 1.
CEA Research Summit at CE Week June 26, 2012, New York, NY
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)([R]) will host the CEA Research Summit on June 26, at CE Week NY.
Shawn DuBravac, chief economist and senior director of research, CEA
At each meeting, CEA members will deliver educational information on each of these issues.
To qualify for this membership, companies must be in development of a technology product, service or app that has been introduced into the market within the last year or will be within the next year; have annual sales under $1 million; be located in North America; and not have been a CEA member within the past two years.
The CEA seeks to enter into a contract for services to establish a centralized policy processing (CPP) system that will: