An investment of $40 billion, which we believe is a critical starting point, also promises to increase productivity and competitiveness over the long-term. Information and communications-enabled technologies improve energy efficiency, help doctors save lives and money in health care, catalyze new business models and entrepreneurs, enable educational improvements and empower individuals to take more control over their lives. Those nations with the most advanced digital infrastructure will reap the largest benefits and lead in next generation jobs, services and companies.
While Congress will no-doubt have many things to consider, we encourage you to support initiatives that will position our country to succeed in the 21st century global economy.
Samuel J. Palmisano Michael Splinter Michael S. Dell Chairman and CEO President and CEO Chairman and CEO IBM Corporation Applied Materials, Inc. Dell Inc. Greg Brown Steve Appleton Mark Hurd President and Co-CEO Chairman and CEO Chairman, President, Motorola, Inc. Micron Technology, Inc. and CEO Hewlett-Packard Company Joe Tucci Paul S. Otellini John Chambers Chairman, President, President and CEO Chairman and CEO and CEO Intel Corporation Cisco Systems, Inc. EMC Corporation Kenneth I. Chenault John J. Donleavy Richard K. Templeton Chairman and CEO President and CEO Chairman, President and American Express Co. VELCO CEO Texas Instruments Kevin J. Kennedy David M. McClanahan Bill Branaham CEO President and C
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