Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is the Founder of the non-partisan and non-profit USAFacts civic initiative, the most comprehensive, understandable, single-view online source of American government data. USAFacts provides a well-visualized look at data and trends in US spending, revenue, demographics, and policy outcomes – aimed at helping Americans ground our debates in facts. Each spring, USAFacts produces an annual report and 10-K – like publicly-traded companies are required to do. Steve is Co-Founder with his wife Connie of Ballmer Group, which supports efforts to improve economic mobility for children and families in the United States who are disproportionately likely to remain in poverty. Steve is also Chairman of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team. Steve became Microsoft’s CEO in 2000, having served for 20 years in roles as president, senior vice president of sales and support, senior vice president of systems software, and vice president of marketing. When Steve retired from Microsoft in 2014, the company had grown to almost $80 billion in revenue and was the third most profitable U.S. company. He remains a significant shareholder.