That's not an easy thing to figure out. The most recent IRS filings for each organization are for 2004, so they really only give us a picture of what each group was doing while still combined and running Supercomm.
Here's that info: Table 1: From the Filings...
|2004 Revenue from Supercomm & Other Conferences||2004 Contributions of Note|
|United States Telecom Association (USTelecom)||$8,079,712||$10,000 to the Ted Stevens Foundation -- an organization established to ''assist in educating and informing the public about the career of Senator Ted Stevens."|
|Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)||$12,444,212||None listed. Damn it.|
|Sources: The IRS, The Boston Globe, A Series of Tubes|
It's hard to say if the 2004 revenues are a sign of how each organization is performing now. But I do hope that we've at least learned a little more about Ted "Bridge to Nowhere" Stevens as the years have passed.
— Phil Harvey, Stupid Money Editor, Light Reading