UNDERSECRETARY OF DEFENSE AND THE CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER OF INTEL CORPANNOUNCE SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL
Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology Paul Kaminski and
Chief Operating Officer of Intel Corp. Craig Barrett today announced that the
last two industry members of the Congressionally established Semiconductor
Technology Council had been appointed by the President. Kaminski and Barrett
co-chair the Council, which held its second meeting today in Washington, D.C.
The new members are:
. Hugh Barnes, senior vice president and general manager, Portable PC
Division, Compaq Computer Corporation, Houston, Texas
. George Sollman, president and CEO, Centigram Communications Corporation,
San Jose, Calif.
The mission of the Council is: to link industry and national security needs to
opportunities for cooperative investments; to foster precompetitive cooperation
among industry, government, and academia; and, to recommend opportunities for
new research and development efforts and the rationalization and alignment of
on-going industry and government investments.
Barnes and Sollman join the six Council members from the Federal government and
the eight other Presidential appointees from industry and academia.
Previously announced members are:
. Charles Curtis, undersecretary of Energy
. Mary Good, undersecretary of Commerce for Technology
. Lionel (Skip) Johns, associate director for technology, Office of Science
and Technology Policy
. Neal Lane, director, National Science Foundation
. Laura Tyson, assistant to the president for Economic Policy
. Steven Appleton, chairman and CEO, Micron Semiconductor, Inc.
. Michael Attardo, general manager, IBM Microelectronics
. Jack Kilby, J.S. Kilby Company
. James Bagley, vice chairman and chief operating officer, Applied Materials
. Kenneth Levy, chairman and CEO, KLA Instruments Corporation
. John Mayo, president emeritus, AT&T Bell Laboratories
. T. C. McGill, professor, California Institute of Technology