Government Relations

Founded in 1910 and headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Hitachi, Ltd. is a global technology company answering society’s most pressing challenges through cutting-edge operational technology (OT), information technology (IT), and products / systems. A Social Innovation leader, Hitachi delivers advanced technology solutions in the mobility, human life, industry, energy, and IT sectors.

Advancing Hitachi’s U.S. Interests

Policy Priorities

Policy Priorities

We support public policies that spur American innovation and enable Hitachi to realize a more sustainable, connected, and secure society through original technologies.

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Policy Framework for the IoT Era

Policy Framework for the IoT Era

The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) era has made clear that pioneering data-driven solutions can revolutionize how we live and work. The United States’ public policy framework, however, must be upgraded to galvanize IoT investment, hasten IoT adoption, and ensure that this digital transformation delivers for citizens and industry, alike.

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Political Engagement

Political Engagement

We educate policymakers, advocate with industry association partners, and promote our thought leadership to create a legislative and regulatory environment in which our businesses can thrive.

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Government Business

Government Business

The public and private sectors should partner together to confront society’s most urgent challenges. Hitachi is proud to do business with state and local governments, as well as with the U.S. federal government and government contractors. Hitachi’s strict legal compliance, political transparency, and corporate values of Harmony, Sincerity, and Pioneering Spirit make it an ideal partner for collaborating with all levels of government to increase efficiencies and deliver creative solutions for the country’s most pressing problems.

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A Message from the General Manager

The United States is entering a promising new digital era but faces an array of complex challenges that will require bold new policy frameworks, innovative technology solutions, and increased collaboration between the public and private sectors.

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