- MRX TechnologiesChair and CEO, 1976 - presentNeil Gerardo - Chair & CEO at MRX Technologies. MRX provides advanced technologies to the Department of Defense, the State Department, Intelligence Agencies, the Department of Energy and the Department of Homeland Security with the interdisciplinary research and development required for establishing and advancing the underlying enabling technologies specific to Sensors, Drone, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Life Science, Nanotechnology, Defense and Aerospace. MRX Technologies provides global scientific, engineering, systems integration, technical services and advanced technological solutions to all branches of the U.S. Military, the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, the State Department, the Diplomatic Community, Intelligence Agencies, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and other U.S. Government Civil Agencies. Providing initiatives that identify, evaluate and commercialize technology for the specific goal of rapidly developing and deploying products and services that meet the specific operational requirements of the Department of Homeland Security's operating components. The MRX Technology provides for biological, biomedical and defense applications including detection, identification, tracking, targeting, remote molecular specific targeting and dissociation, remote radiative catalysis, remote molecular imaging and analysis, medical diagnostics, molecular specific ablation via resonance absorption, molecular specific medical therapies and scientific applications within numerous disciplines. MRX provides advanced technologies to elevate Diplomatic Relations between Governments and promote goodwill, understanding, purpose, reason and living standards between populations. International Relations. Back Channel Diplomatic Strategies and Services. Status: Public Company, Organized in 1976, Private Equity controlled since 1996. Government Contractor: Prime; DOD, DOE, Government Agencies. The MRX Group: Initial meeting and strategic alliance strategy consultations with Global Corporations, Heads of State, Governments and Lobbyists from $3M USD. For Corporations, innovative technology insures continued market leadership; for Governments, it remains the metric of capability, defining superiority. In 2014, the MRX Global Holding Corporation remains privately held, with operations in over 100 Countries, comprised of more than 300 Corporations, employing over 11,000, generating annual revenues of $9.3B USD.
The MRX Group: Initial meeting and strategic alliance strategy consultations with Global Corporations, Heads of State, Governments and Lobbyists from $3M USD.
For Corporations, innovative technology insures continued market leadership; for Governments, it remains the metric of capability, defining superiority.
In 2014, the MRX Global Holding Corporation remains privately held, with operations in over 100 Countries, comprised of more than 300 Corporations, employing over 11,000, generating annual revenues of $9.3B USD.
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