NCD Inglis: CHIPS-plus law provides funding to address supply chain issues beyond rip-and-replace through U.S. manufacturing

By Sara Friedman / August 19, 2022 at 11:27 AM
Creating resilient supply chains in the United States will depend on investments in manufacturing like those in the CHIPS and Science Act, which provides $52 billion to bolster semiconductor production, according to National Cyber Director Chris Inglis, who argued the traditional rip-and-replace approach won't work in the long term. “You need to have an honest, eyes-wide-open recognition what the true cost is of relying on foreign produced critical infrastructure,” Inglis said in a Friday session at Def Con in Las...

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