Cisco Welcomes Nicole Isaac as Vice President of Global Public Policy
Nicole Isaac joins Cisco's Government Affairs organization as Vice President of Global Public Policy. Leading a team of experts, Nicole will drive Cisco’s policy agenda to bolster ICT adoption around the world and enable Cisco’s purpose to power an inclusive future for all.
Chuck Robbins Appointed to U.S.-EU Talent for Growth Task Force
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo today appointed Cisco Chair and CEO Chuck Robbins to the U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council’s Talent for Growth Task Force. The Task Force’s objective is to position the U.S. and European Union (EU) to build a well-trained workforce critical to maintaining transatlantic competitiveness in emerging and existing technologies. “A competitive […]
Cisco Participates in VP Harris’ Digital Coalition Roundtable in Africa
Today, Cisco participated in U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris’ Digital Coalition Roundtable in Lusaka, Zambia to meet with public and private sector leaders and explore pathways to advance digital inclusion and digital connectivity in Africa. “Deepening U.S.-Africa relations, bridging the digital divide on the continent, and empowering the people of Africa with digital skills for the […]
President Biden Announces Intent to Appoint Maria Martinez to National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee
Maria Martinez, Cisco COO, looks forward to working with NSTAC members in advising the U.S. president on 21st-century solutions to enable a secure and digital future.
We Can’t Ignore the Digital Skills Shortage: Six Public Policies to Address This 21st-Century Crisis
Businesses, governments, universities, nonprofits, and other organizations are entering a new era of connectivity and technology. Whether to boost productivity, improve public services, or help make cities more sustainable, this rapid adoption of technology is creating endless benefits. However, one challenge is threatening to stall the digital transformation of the future: the growing digital skills […]
Cisco Welcomes Bill Davenport as Senior Director, Government Affairs
Cisco is proud to announce that Bill Davenport will serve as a Senior Director of Government Affairs in our Washington, DC office.
Cisco Welcomes Waldo McMillan as Head of the Washington, DC Office
Waldo McMillan joins the Washington, DC team to lead Cisco's engagements with the White House, Congress and Cabinet agencies. He will accelerate our efforts to build relationships with leaders in Washington, to help power an inclusive future for all.
Cisco Systems statement on Climate Change and President Biden’s Infrastructure Proposal
Chuck Robbins confirms Cisco's belief that President Biden's proposal to ensure high-quality, affordable broadband connectivity for all Americans — no matter who they are or where they live — will be key to fostering prosperous and sustainable communities.
Statement of Chuck Robbins, Chairman & CEO of Cisco Systems, Inc., on the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 recognizes the vital role that technology plays in supporting remote healthcare, distance learning, remote work, and high-quality broadband connections, which will enable us to truly build an inclusive future for all.