ANSI July 27-29 Workshop on Global Supply Chain Security for Microelectronics Standardization
NEW YORK, July 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The American National Institute of Standards (ANSI) has announced a final call for entries for its workshop on Global Supply Chain Security for Microelectronics Standardization, organized on behalf of the US Department of Defense (DoD). The workshop takes place July 27-29 at the headquarters of Booz Allen Hamilton8283 Greensboro Drive, McLean, Virginia. The event has reached capacity for in-person registration, but registration for remote attendance is still available.
The workshop is designed to evaluate standardization activities that will help DOD fulfill its mandate under Section 224 of the National Defense Authorization Act Fiscal Year 2020 to establish security standards of the supply chain for microelectronics products and services purchased by the DoD. The workshop extends to commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) devices. Custom devices—ASICs, systems on a chip, DoD-specific bitstreams for FPGAs—are not the focus of this workshop.
The first day of the workshop program will be staged with a Report on Responses to Request for Information (RFI), DoD Section 224 framework, and panel discussions with standards development organizations , federal agencies and industry. Day two will feature concurrent small group discussions on three areas of supply chain risk management: procurement management, information and intellectual property (IP) protection, and secure design. The workshop will conclude with a half-day session for workshop reports, open discussion and next steps.
Workshop speakers will include:
- Christine RowDoD
- Stephanie LinDoD
- Gordon GillermannNational Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
- David BergmanIPC
- mike reganTelecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
- Marie PalombiniIEEE Standards Association
- Paul NixonBAE systems (JEDEC)
- Alan LuceroIntel (USNC of IEC)
- Daniel DiMaseAerocyonics (SAE International)
- Mary SaundersAmerican National Standards Institute (ANSI)
- Kanitra TylerNational Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
- Jon BoyensNIST
- Carolynn AmberntsonLockheed Martin
- John ZolperRaytheon
- Jeremy MuldavinGlobalFoundries
- Allyson D. YarbroughThe aerospace company
- Daniel RadackInstitute for Defense Analysis (IDA)
“ANSI welcomes the opportunity to support the DoD as it looks to the standards community to help strengthen supply chain security for microelectronics. Bringing affected constituencies together for open dialogue will advance strong solutions,” said S. Joe BhatiaPresident and CEO of ANSI.
The workshop is open to US citizens and legal permanent residents of the United States. In-person attendees must be fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 5 days of the workshop.
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SOURCE American National Standards Institute