The Arizona Telecommunications and Information Council (ATIC) is a non-profit organization of business, government, academic, and other relevant participants that provides expertise to effectively guide telecommunications and information technology policy development and deployment in the state of Arizona. ATIC engages in, promotes, and supports initiatives and guides adoption of effective public policies that will enable the development of a statewide Technology Infrastructure to bridge the Digital Divide and support Arizona's educational, economic and community development. ATIC also provides opportunities to showcase technologies, educate the public, discuss issues and exchange information regarding technology and public policy.
ATIC’s vision is that all of Arizona's citizens, businesses, schools, organizations and communities will have access to high capacity Internet and the tools, technologies and skills to participate effectively in the networked world.
ATIC's public and private partners include large and small businesses, economic development organizations, libraries, consumer organizations, local and state government agencies, educational institutions, health care, the Arizona Corporation Commission, the Arizona legislature, and information technology and telecommunications companies.