TM JWG Team 1: Future Requirements
What are the microelectronics capabilities needed by defense contractors to maintain our technical advantage, both now and in the future? Are there ways to quantify the value of hardware performance in the context of systems? Are there new hardware paradigms on the horizon that could be disruptive?
Mr. Charles Adams
TM JWG Team 2: Trustable Leading Edge Technology Access
What are the potential consequences of China’s semiconductor indigenous investments to the U.S. defense microelectronics industrial base? What is the likely impact of losing access to Trusted supplier base or trustable components in the future? What are the concerns regarding defense industry access to commercially available technologies? What could be done and how much would it cost?
Mr. Ezra Hall
TM JWG Team 3: Trustable Microelectronics Standard Products
Explore the concept of assurance and risk in using parts not manufactured by a DMEA accredited Trusted flow. What are recommended methods for achieving confidence and assurance? What are the limitations? How much will it cost to implement?
Mr. Ken Lebo
TM JWG Team 4: New Methods to Instill Trust in Semiconductor Fabrication
What options exist for obtaining Trusted and trustable defense systems components from the projected future supplier base, including design approaches, fabrication approaches, and new concepts?
Dr. Pat Hays
The Boeing Corporation
TM JWG Team 5: Support & Integration Team
The Support & Integration Team will be the primary liaison with the NDIA and will provide assistance as needed to the Study Teams.
Ms. Catherine Ortiz
Defined Business Solutions, LLC