Was chosen by the US Department of Justice to lead the Technical Committee charged with monitoring and enforcing the Microsoft Antitrust case. Helping to restore competition in the personal computer industry is an exciting and significant challenge, according to Dr. Saal. Dr. Saal was the founder and CEO of Network General Corporation, the first company wholly dedicated to the area of network diagnostics. Network General and McAfee Associates merged in late 1997 to form Network Associates, which subsequently "un-merged" in 2004.He is active in philanthropy and community affairs, serving on the Board of the Community Foundation Silicon Valley, from whom he received the 1996 Corporate Community Involvement Award. From 1998 through 2003 he served as President of Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley, a non-profit organization which links a network of public and private cultural agencies and organizations to enhance arts and culture in Silicon Valley. He has served as Vice Chairman of the American Leadership Forum, Silicon Valley Chapter, and in 1995 received their John W. Gardner Leadership Award. As well, he serves on the boards of the American Institute of Mathematics, ZeroOne, the San Jose Airport Arts Oversight Commission, Numenta, Inc. and NetManage, Inc. In 1997, Columbia University awarded Dr. Saal its highest honor, the John Jay Award. He has served as director of several other publicly traded high technology firms, most recently including ImageTech Corporation and Borland. Ernst & Young named Dr. Saal the Bay Area 1990 Software Entrepreneur of the Year, and he is also the recipient of the ADL Torch of Liberty Award, the Computer Museum 1994 Computer Bowl MVP, and the JNF Tree of Life Award. Dr. Harry J. Saal is a magna cum laude graduate of Columbia University where he received his Ph.D. in High Energy Physics in 1969. He then served as Deputy Director of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center's Computation Group and later as Visiting Associate Professor of Computer Science at the State University of New York at Buffalo. From 1973 to 1978, he worked for IBM, at the IBM Scientific Center in Haifa, Israel and the IBM General Products Division in San Jose.