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The White House on Wednesday called on technology companies to help the government in its campaign against the new coronavirus, The Hill reported Wednesday. “The White House's top priority is ensuring the safety and health of the American people amid the COVID-19 outbreak," Michael Kratsios, U.S. chief technology officer and a 2020 Wash100 award winner, said during a phone call Wednesday. "Cutting edge technology companies and major online platforms will play a critical role in this all-hands-on-deck effort."

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Executive Mosaic is pleased to announce that Michael Kratsios, deputy U.S. chief technology officer and deputy assistant to the President at the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy, was selected to join the 2019 edition of the Wash100 “” Executive Mosaic's annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena “” for his leadership in the development of quantum, artificial intelligence and other technologies designed to enhance business operations.

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Several industry groups and individuals from the commercial sector and academia have asked the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy to issue a request for information in order to seek comments on its plan to establish a policy on artificial intelligence. The organizations wrote in a Wednesday letter to Michael Kratsios, deputy chief […] More
Tom Keane, corporate vice president for Azure global at Microsoft, said the company will work with several industry partners under the second phase of a Department of Defense-sponsored program that seeks to advance the development of secure microelectronics and semiconductors for defense and national security applications using commercial innovations. Keane wrote in a blog post […] More
GBL Systems and Samsung Electronics’ U.S. business arm have started the delivery of new 5G testbeds to U.S. Army military bases in support of the Department of Defense’s augmented reality/virtual reality operations and training initiatives. Samsung said Wednesday it was designated to deploy 5G end-to-end services and technical support while GBL took charge of developing […] More

General Electric’s technology development arm will use 5G-enabled technologies to develop “smart warehouses” at two military installations that support the deployment of supplies and other resources for critical missions worldwide. GE Research's two projects worth $36 million combined are part of the Department of Defense’s $600 million 5G experimentation initiative announced in October and will take place at the Naval Base in San Diego and Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany, Georgia.

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