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Global Competition Project: US Microelectronics Supply Chains & Competitive Advantage
Fill out the form below to join the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies for a conversation with leadership of major microelectronics user corporations and field experts to hear from their perspective what is happening and what should be done about it. Dr. Michael Fritze, Vice President and responsible for the Microelectronics Portfolio of the Institute, will facilitate the discussion asking pertinent questions for critical manufacturing and distribution capabilities. How can the US protect it interests when manufacturing has increasingly shifted to offshore product sourcing? How might we create profitable, sustainable, and dependable access to the services and materials vital to our economy and security from within? What should be the role of government and policymakers?

This event will be held in a hybrid format, and the Potomac Institute will welcome a limited number of individuals to attend in-person at their Arlington Headquarters (901 N. Stuart Street, Arlington, VA 22203). Participants will have to opportunity to indicate their interest in the registration form. The Institute adheres to the most current CDC recommendations regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, and all in-person attendees will be required to attest to their vaccination status.

Nov 3, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Michael Fritze
Vice President and Director of the VITAL Center at Potomac Institute
Hon. Alan Shaffer
Former Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment and Member of the Board of Regents and Potomac Institute