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NDIA is pleased to offer our eighth workshop designed to identify ways in which Trusted Microelectronics can contribute to greater systems security and information assurance. In this event, we plan to continue the dialogue between government and industry on the challenges for comprehensive supply chain security management and program protection at the microelectronics level. With participation from both government and industry, our workshops have provided an effective forum for direct discussions of the challenges faced by policy makers, program managers, systems developers, and supply chain managers.
We will start this workshop by introducing the challenges and opportunities associated with using third party intellectual property in microelectronics design and fabrication. This topic was suggested at our last workshop and has generated significant interest from both government and industry microelectronics experts.
After lunch we will hear the progress reports from the NDIA Trusted Microelectronics Joint Working Group team leaders. The TM JWG was launched in May as a government-industry effort to study today’s most pressing microelectronics supply challenges. The TM JWG is organized into four teams and currently has 71 participants developing recommendations for continued access to the critical microelectronics components needed for U.S. military technical superiority.