Microelectronics on The Hill: CHIPS, AFA, and Other Initiatives Relevant to Industry
10/23/2020 1:00 - 2:30 PM
Event Type : Virtual Meeting
Event Code : 199B
Join the NDIA Electronics Division virtually for this must attend webinar
With the increased focus and interest in expanding and developing the industrial base supporting electronics as critical national infrastructure, the level of interest for our constituents continues to grow. As a division we’d like to ensure that our Industrial members understand the overall direction, the specifics of what is needed from the perspective of the government, and how they might be able to support. This webinar provides an opportunity for the staff on the hill working these topics to explain their support for the CHIPS/FOUNDRIES legislation, so that as a division we can better understand and support these exciting set of initiatives.
Office of Senator Chuck Schumer / Office of the Senate Minority Leader
Office of Congresswomen Doris Matsui, CA-6
Office of Senator John Cornyn
*Please note: This event is closed to the press.
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