Excitement over China’s digital advances was rampant when Keith Krach last visited China as chief executive of the highly successful software company DocuSign, with its more than 400 million users in 188 countries.
The bill, adopted on a bipartisan vote, invests heavily in U.S. science and technology while threatening a host of punishments against Beijing.
Congress needs to pass the bipartisan Endless Frontier Act to strengthen key U.S. tech industries. It’s a matter of national security.
Former Under Secretary of State Keith Krach discusses latest British intel on Wuhan leak and the need for Congress to pass the bipartisan Endless Frontier Act to strengthen key U.S. tech industries.
China Inc. dominates solar cell manufacturing. It controls 90% of the market. That’s a national security threat because solar could = 70% of our energy needs by 2050. We’re in danger of going from energy independence to dependence on China.
Former Under Secretary Krach joined VOA’s Daphne Dung-Ning Fan for a wide-ranging discussion of the threats posed to the U.S. and its allies by China’s ongoing violation of key trust principles.
New documentary shows how Keith Krach uses trust as a key to defeating the Chinese Communist Party.
Keith Krach (Former CEO, Docusign; Former Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy & the Environment) talks with The Hill’s Steve Clemons on the economic battlefield of technology, the pandemic’s effect on the digital workforce, and tech’s role in national security.
In this April 23, 2021 interview with Bloomberg’s Davis Westin, Keith Krach, former Under Secretary of State, discusses the importance of securing US tech supply chains, and the model for successfully defeating China Inc. created by his Clean Network initiative.
With 5G technology and quantum computing to artificial intelligence and energy infrastructure, how can the United States embrace the latest global technologies while safeguarding our national security?
In the global race for diplomatic and economic influence, China continues to try to outdo the United States. A big part of that influence is simply having a physical presence around the world — and China is at the top.
In January, the U.S. State Department determined that genocide is being perpetrated by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) “in a systematic attempt to destroy Muslim Uyghurs and other ethnic minority groups in Xinjiang.
In a networked world, economic prosperity and the strength and security of our relationship can only be assured if we are unified in our approach to cybersecurity. Today once again our nations must unite as we did thirty years ago. This time, we must build our collective cyber-defense, against an enemy that may already be lurking within our critical systems ready to inflict damage not only on us but also on our allies and partners.
Stan McChrystal once told Keith Krach that he was one of the few leaders he’s known in business that we could put a uniform on tomorrow and be effective as a general officer in the United States Army. This week, Stan and Chris Fussell sit down with Keith Krach, the former Chairman, CEO, & President of DocuSign, the former Chairman and CEO of Ariba, and most recently, the Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment. They discuss Keith’s leadership across the public and private sectors, how to build trust in new teams, and why we should wear failure like a badge of honor.
In this February 2021 interview with Liz Claman, Keith Krach, former Undersecretary of State, discusses moves taken to reduce US dependence on China for rare earths and other vital minerals.