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U.S. Defense Bills Would Bring Greater Resiliency and Security to Electronics Supply Chains

By John Mitchell, IPC president and CEO For more than two decades, the United States has turned a blind eye to its shrinking electronics manufacturing base, even as experts in and out of government have warned that the decline has weakened the country’s national security. In response, both the U.S. House and Senate have included […]

IPC Working to Inform U.S. Defense Electronics Report

Pursuant to Section 845 of the Fiscal 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is required to provide an assessment of the defense electronics industrial base to Congress by January 31, 2019. IPC has been the primary champion for this study, which reflects the need for a comprehensive evaluation of […]

Standard products, smart phones will transform DoD networks

There were lots of interesting developments at the Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems conference in Detroit this week. One was the upbeat air amongst the people who supply and manage the DoD’s networks as they celebrated their critical role in finding Osama Bin Laden. One keynote speaker highlighted that mood by lighting a celebratory […]

More on the PCB Military Technology Interchange

Nice interview today with attendee Ray Rasmussen on the meeting last week. The industry has definitely raised its visibility for future R&D support. Listen in to the audio interview. thanks  milaer007.com