Fabricating the Future: Security in the Semiconductor Supply Chain

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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The National Security Institute is excited to host the next event in NSI’s Technology Innovation and American National Security Project, Fabricating the Future: Security in the Semiconductor Supply Chain.

On Wednesday, June 16, from 2 – 3 PM ET, NSI will host a panel featuring how the U.S. can build a robust and resilient supply chain featuring: John Neuffer, President and CEO of the Semiconductor Industry Association, and Sarah Stewart, Executive Director of the Silverado Policy Accelerator.

Semiconductors are the bedrock of nearly all modern industrial activities and the building blocks of advanced technologies; they are used in everything from cell phones and cars to military equipment and weapons. This past year, the demand for electronics soared, leaving the world in the midst of a global semiconductor shortage and illuminating supply chain security issues, including U.S. dependence on foreign foundries. Join us for a timely and important discussion as experts weigh in what the U.S. government and the private sector can do to address semiconductor supply chain insecurity.

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Fabricating the Future: Security in the Semiconductor Supply Chain

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