Join the NDIA Electronics Division virtually for their two day division meeting!
Please join the Electronics Division for it's next meeting as they address the future of trusted and assured microelectronics for the Defense Industrial Base. There will be sessions on sections 807 and 808 of the recently passed 2021 NDAA and the intent of bringing electronics manufacture back to the US for national security and manufacturing vitality. The importance of access to secure electronics is of vital interest to the nation. The Division will also share their roadmap for 2021.
- Dr. William A. LaPlante, President and Chief Executive Officer, Draper Labs
- Dr. Andrew Palowitch
- Claire Sanderson, Legislative Assistant, Office of Senator John Cornyn
- Jon Cardinal, Director of Economic Development, Office of Senator Charles Schumer
- Jimmy Goodrich,Vice President, Global Policy, Semiconductor Industry Association
- Mark Rosker, Director of the Microsystems Technology Office, DARPA
*Please note: This event is closed to the press.
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