Trump to meet with 20 tech CEOs

President Donald Trump invited leaders from technology companies to the White House June 19 to discuss cost effective ways of upgrading the nation's IT infrastructure, according to The Washington Post.

Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Microsoft CEO Satya Naella are just three of the 20 industry leaders to meet with President Trump to brainstorm ideas for upgrading government technology and improving its features for U.S. citizens.

The meeting is set to take place after a series of workshops on cybersecurity, cloud computing and high-skilled immigration. The majority of the meeting will focus on policy issues, such as raising the profile of public-private partnerships, The Washington Post reports.

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