On October 30, 2013, the Bipartisan Policy Center and Intel Corporation hosted a forum to explore the potential for big data innovation to improve homeland security, current and future challenges to overcome, and policy principles that will encourage innovation while safeguarding privacy and security in our increasingly connected society. This event is part of the ongoing Innovation Economy conversation convened by Intel in 2009, focused on the vital role of innovation in sustaining and building upon U.S. competitiveness in the global economy.
On June 25, 2013, the BPC's Health Innovation Initiative held a policy forum in collaboration with Intel to explore the potential that “big data” holds to improve both the delivery of care and the health and wellness of individuals.
AEIC supports consistent and growing authorizations for public investments in innovation generally and in energy R&D specifically. We know that investments in the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) and in American scientific endeavors are critical to U.S. competitiveness in energy technology and will drive future economic growth. We support the aims of the 2007 America COMPETES legislation and its 2010 reauthorization, and we urge you to continue on the path previously set by these bipartisan efforts.
The goal of preventing a nuclear Iran has always been a bipartisan one. As diplomatic efforts shift to negotiating a final deal with Iran, following the recently announced interim agreement, maintaining that bipartisanship, especially in the form of cooperation between the White House and Capitol Hill, will be crucial to their success.
“As policy experts from across the political spectrum, we applaud the bipartisan Senate-House framework for replacing Medicare’s Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) mechanism.