Bruce Andrews

Chief Government Affairs Officer and Corporate Vice-President, Intel

Bruce Andrews is Intel’s Corporate Vice President and Chief Government Affairs Officer. He leads Intel’s global government affairs group and oversees the company’s government affairs and public policy functions and strategies.
Bruce is a seasoned public policy and international government relations executive and joined Intel from SoftBank Group, where he was senior vice president and managing partner, co-leading global government affairs.
Prior to SoftBank, he served as managing director at Rock Creek Global Advisors, an international economic and trade policy advisory firm. In previous roles, Andrews served as deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce and chief of staff to the secretary. Andrews also served as general counsel of the Senate Commerce Committee for Chairman Jay Rockefeller, and vice president of Governmental Affairs for Ford Motor Co., where he oversaw U.S. federal and state government affairs.

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