After 'searing' COVID shortfalls, House lawmakers eye foreign dependencies in defense supply chain

By Justin Doubleday / March 10, 2021 at 2:35 PM
A group of House Armed Services Committee members will develop legislative proposals in the coming months to address critical foreign dependencies in the U.S. defense supply chain. The committee's " Defense Critical Supply Chain Task Force " aims to develop a 20-page report identifying "the levers we have available to pull in the executive branch," according to task force co-chair Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI). The task force has a three-month term and will seek to include its proposals in this...

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