Global Supply Chain Security for Microelectronics Standardization
Convened on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense, this hybrid workshop will assist DoD in gathering and assessing information regarding relevant standardization activities to fulfill its mandate under Section 224 of the FY20 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) requiring that DoD microelectronics products and services meet trusted supply chain and operational security standards.
Stakeholders identified for targeted outreach include DoD, the Departments of Homeland Security, State, and Commerce—especially the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)—along with suppliers of microelectronics products and services, representatives of major industry sectors that rely on a trusted supply chain and the operational security of microelectronics products and services, and the insurance industry. Ultimately, DoD seeks to foster an ecosystem where trusted supply chain and operational security standards for procuring microelectronics products and services are widely adopted by U.S. government agencies, allies, partners, and commercial industry.
This workshop is limited to U.S. Citizens and lawful permanent U.S. residents only.
In-person participation has reached capacity; remote participation is available.