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May212015

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If you’d like to see a glimpse of this exciting future as it arrives, please join us at the Global City Teams Challenge Expo on June 1, 2015, at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. Whether you’re a civic official, interested member of the public, or corporate leader, you’ll have a chance to experience firsthand the future of Smart Cities and Internet of Things applications.

May202015

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Earlier this week, I had the honor of presenting 45 American companies with the President's “E” and “E” Star Awards, a recognition awarded to U.S. businesses that have made significant contributions to U.S. exports. These awardees, which range from small- and medium- sized businesses to household names, understand the importance of exports to their bottom line, American jobs, and the U.S.

May152015

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Two southeast Louisiana shipping hubs, critical to the U.S. economy, are now part of NOAA's Physical Oceanographic Real Time System (PORTS®). The new multi-sensor systems will increase navigation safety and allow for increased efficiency on ships transiting through the Port of Morgan City and Port Fourchon, Louisiana.

May152015

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Bruce Andrews, Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce, joined Polish Deputy Minister of Economy Andrzej Dycha on Friday, May 15 to commemorate a new business deal between Boeing Commercial Airlines and United Technologies Corporation (UTC) Aerospace Systems that will create more jobs in Poland.

May142015

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This week, Secretary Pritzker delivered the keynote speech at the Global Supply Chain Summit hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The event gathered business leaders and supply chain experts to discuss the biggest supply chain challenges facing U.S.

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