COMPTEL PAC is a non-partisan Political Action Committee (PAC) that enables our member companies to present a united voice and devote their resources to supporting Members of Congress who are dedicated to preserving the success of the competitive communications industry. INCOMPAS PAC utilizes voluntary contributions to support our allies on the Hill, who make policy decisions that impact the growth and operations of our member companies’ businesses.
Federal Election Commission regulations require COMPTEL PAC to obtain written permission from an authorized representative of a member company to solicit voluntary contributions from employees.
If you would like more information about COMPTEL PAC, or to find out if you are eligible to participate please e-mail Jenny Gilbert or call 202-296-6650.
If your company has not given prior approval for COMPTEL PAC to solicit you and your company colleagues, please download, fill out and return the PAC authorization form. *

If you have already filled out and returned the above PAC authorization form, please donate here. You will need to contact Jenny Gilbert to obtain the password for this payment form. 
If you do not know, or if you cannot remember, please contact Jenny Gilbert .
*Under federal law, the maximum amount an individual may contribute to COMPTEL PAC is $5,000 per calendar year.  COMPTEL PAC is required to report the name, address, occupation, and employer for each individual whose contributions exceed, in aggregate, $200 in a calendar year.  Contributions are not tax deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.  Contributions from corporate funds are prohibited.  The purpose of the COMPTEL PAC is to provide monetary contributions and other support to candidates for federal office. Support of COMPTEL PAC is completely voluntary, the contribution guidelines set forth above are only suggestions, and individuals are free to contribute more or less than the guidelines, or nothing at all.  An  employer will neither favor nor disadvantage me by reason of the amount of my contribution or a decision not to contribute, and that an individual may refuse to contribute without reprisal.