Government and Technology Lecture

Michael Maibach, senior vice president for government affairs with Siebel Systems, the world's fourth largest software producer, will discuss "Government's Use of Technology" Thursday, Nov. 15, at 6 p.m. in the Paulus Lecture Hall, Room 201, Willamette School of Law. His lecture is free and open to the public.

Maibach has a long history at the cutting edge of technology. In addition to his 17 years as vice president for government affairs at Intel Corporation, he served on the Commission on Industrial Competitiveness during the Reagan administration and was a senior member of the National Advisory Committee on Semiconductors during the Bush senior administration. Additionally, he has served on the Alliance for the Protection of Software Innovation, the International Trade Committee for the American Electronics Association, the Public Policy Committee of the Business Software Alliance and the California Council for International Trade. He is a frequent lecturer for World Affairs Councils.

The Maibach lecture is sponsored by the Atkinson Graduate School of Management at Willamette University, in partnership with the Oregon World Affairs Council. For more information, contact Susan Chiapella at (503) 370-6440.