Chairman Receives 2006 National Medal of Technology
President Bush Recognizes Paul G. Kaminski for Contributions to
(July 26, 2007) On Monday, July 16th, President George W. Bush
announced the recipients of the 2006 National Medals of Science and Technology,
the Nation?fs highest honor for science and technology innovation. Exostar,
the leader in secure multi-enterprise collaboration technologies for aerospace
and defense (A&D), congratulates its Chairman of the Board, Paul G.
Kaminski, for being named a 2006 National Medal of Technology Laureate.
National Medal of Technology honors America's leading innovators. The award
is given to individuals, teams, and/or companies/divisions for their outstanding
contributions to the nation's economic, environmental and social well-being
through the development and commercialization of technology products, processes
and concepts; technological innovation; and development of the Nation's technological
manpower. The Department of Commerce administers the award, which was established
by an act of Congress in 1980. For more information about the National Medal
of Technology visit: http://www.technology.gov/medal/ .
am deeply honored to receive the 2006 National Medal of Technology. I have
been privileged throughout my career to be involved with leading organizations
- such as Exostar - that enhance the productivity of our economy through
innovation and application of advanced technology," said Kaminski.
was founded by BAE Systems, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and Rolls-Royce,
to build solutions that enable secure collaboration and information sharing
among partners, suppliers and customers. Its on-demand applications provide
multi-tier supply chain visibility, sourcing, procurement and program collaboration
to a community network of 38,000 manufacturers and suppliers. Exostar?fs
leading position in digital identity and access management allows users of
its Trusted Workspace to share information while maintaining appropriate
controls and reducing compliance risk.
Kaminski is a true visionary and champion of technology innovation," said
Kevin Lowdermilk, President and CEO of Exostar. "His contributions as
Chairman of Exostar over the last six years have been invaluable. On behalf
of all of the employees of Exostar, our partners and customers, I offer our
award will be presented by President Bush to the Laureates during a White
House awards ceremony, tomorrow, Friday, July 27, 2007.
Exostar powers secure collaborative supply networks helping manufacturers
and suppliers work together to gain visibility, control and integration
of critical business processes, speeding time-to-market, increasing
profitability and reducing risk. Initially launched in 2000, Exostar
was founded to support the complex trading needs of the world's largest
aerospace and defense companies, including BAE SYSTEMS, The Boeing
Company, Lockheed Martin Corp., Raytheon Co. and Rolls-Royce. Today,
its on-demand solutions provide business collaboration, secure infrastructure
and supply chain execution capabilities for 38,000 trading partners
worldwide. For more information, please visit www.exostar.com.
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