By Lisa Malloy, director of Government Affairs for Intel Yesterday, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released the first operational rules for routine commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), referred to as Part 107. This latest development by the … Read more >
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Today in Auckland, New Zealand, U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman will take a critical step to advancing U.S. economic and innovation leadership around the world, while breaking down trade barriers with some of the fastest growing markets for U.S. businesses. … Read more >
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Intel’s statement on the close of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement Today the United States came together with 11 other countries to finalize the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement in Atlanta, Georgia. “This is a significant step toward advancing global innovation and opening … Read more >
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By John E. Matheson, Associate General Counsel for Intel in Singapore With the United States Senate vote in favor of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) took a small, but significant step towards closure. And now as the House … Read more >
By Lisa Malloy, director of Policy Communications and Government Relations Today, Congress took a critical step in advancing U.S. global competitiveness with the introduction of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation. This is legislation our country sorely needs to maintain and accelerate … Read more >
By Lisa Malloy, director of Policy Communications and Government Relations at Intel Next week, America’s most innovative companies will enter a lottery to keep some of the world’s brightest engineers, scientists and programmers employed here in the United States. Many … Read more >
By Lisa Malloy, director of Policy Communications and Government Relations at Intel Right now, Intel has more than 1,000 job openings for engineers in the United States. These are high-tech, high-wage jobs in states like Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico … Read more >
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By Marjorie Dickman, Global Director of Internet of Things Policy, Intel Corporation The Internet of Things (IoT) is generating unprecedented opportunities for the US public and private sectors to develop new services, enhance productivity and efficiency, improve real-time decision making, … Read more >
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By Lisa Malloy, director of Policy Communications and Government Relations for Intel Today, the Administration followed through on action that could significantly improve the lives of thousands of Intel employees and their families. The Department of Homeland Security approved employment … Read more >
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By Alice Borrelli, director of Global Heath Policy for Intel Intel recognizes the importance of innovative payment models as a way to improve the US healthcare system and applauds Secretary Burwell’s announcement that the Department of Health and Human Services … Read more >
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Intel joins the President in the call for Congress to pass trade promotion authority (TPA) legislation. As the world’s leader in semiconductor chips and innovative technology, Intel realizes the importance of overseas trade and sales. More than three-quarters of Intel’s … Read more >
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Intel applauds progress on WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement: The agreement announced yesterday between the United States and India represents important progress toward removing the stalemate on implementation of a robust WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA). Such an agreement would benefit … Read more >
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Intel statement regarding Information Technology Agreement expansion: We applaud the work that the United States Trade Representative (USTR) has done at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) to support America’s technology industry. The breakthrough bilateral agreement between the United States and … Read more >
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In search of the best way to train future security experts: notes from the 2014 Intel Developers Forum (IDF ’14)
By Claire Vishik, Intel’s Trust & Security Technology & Policy Director, and Scott Buck, Intel’s University Program Manager IDF’14 was about future technologies – powerful computing devices, Internet of Things and mobiles, and how computing is going to affect everyday lives of … Read more >
If you were to ask Intel engineers about how to modernize manufacturing, they would look at you quizzically. Our facilities are producing the most advanced, highest performing microprocessors in the world, evolving at a pace we call Moore’s Law. Modernization … Read more >
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By Stephen Harper, Global Director of Environment and Energy Policy for Intel, and co-chair of DESSC I had the pleasure yesterday of attending the White House Climate Data Initiative launch event in the Eisenhower Old Executive Office Building. Attended by over … Read more >
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By Alice Borrelli, director of Health Policy for Intel All of us in healthcare are united by the same goal: better care at a lower cost. The Health Affairs session, Early Evidence, Future Promise of Connected Health last week told … Read more >
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The “Standards for Immigration Reform” issued today by House Republicans represent an important step forward in the immigration reform effort and could help form the basis for bipartisan agreement on this important issue. The standards make clear the commitment of … Read more >
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By John E. Matheson, Director of Legal Policy-Asia Pacific, Intel Technology Asia Pte. Ltd. One of our co-founders, Dr. Robert Noyce once said; “Don’t be encumbered by history. Go off and do something wonderful”. This simple philosophy has stuck with … Read more >