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Addressing Supply Chain and Manufacturing Challenges and Opportunities: Proceedings of a Workshop Series - in Brief
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... The four critical industries concluded that more secure and first section covers a workshop held on October 13, 2021; resilient supply chains are essential for national security, the second section covers a workshop held on October 20, economic security, and technological leadership. 1 2021; the third section covers a workshop held on October Identifying key vulnerabilities and developing responses 26, 2021; and the fourth section covers a workshop held to them will require the mobilization of diverse actors on November 4, 2021.2 across the U.S.
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... 3 National Technology Strategy: Critical Technologies, Infrastructure, and https://docs.google.com/document/d/115tiyxuu4LQyKzRCPf9GzJmeMSupply Chains. https://engineering.cmu.edu/natl-tech-strategy/index.
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... 8 FIGURE 1 The quantum standards landscape. SOURCE: Barbara Goldstein, NIST; presented by Celia Merzbacher, Quantum Economic Development Consortium, at a workshop of the Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable on "Maintaining Competitiveness and Economic Security in Critical Industries, held October 13, 2021.
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... The U.S. Innovation supply chains could be disrupted for a number of natural and Competition Act (USICA)
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... are perhaps the most wellFourth, supply chains are very diverse. The market known supply chain attack vector, but other vulnerable structure in each industry is different, which means the vectors in a blended operation include humans, used both playbook is different across industries.
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... FIGURE 2 Risk monetization model. SOURCE: Presentation by Chris Nissen, IntelWerks LLC, at a workshop of the Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable on Supply Chain Risk Management: Assuring Supply Reliability and Mitigating Demand Disruptions, held October 20, 2021.
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... impediment to more resilient supply chains is the lack of information sharing, often because private firms want Finally, it is important to prepare for and respond to to maintain privacy. He suggested finding ways to share supply chain threats.
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... She based her presentation on advanced manufacturing, and the bioeconomy. She a definition of supply chains as complex global networks also highlighted a proposal to establish a Supply Chain of relationships among entities that mediate the Resilience Program that would provide monitoring and movement of goods from producers to consumers that evaluation across government to anticipate problems involve a large range of organizations, flows, and global in the future, as well as investments in stockpiling, economic rules.
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... While recognizing vulnerabilities related moonshot-type initiative to develop a new generation to IT, such as data centers and networks, Shift5 is of sustainable, secure supply chains. NSF wants to focused on the OT used in transportation and weapons.
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... enter every sector at scale. Using Germany as an "When you snap the manufacturing moment, you snap example, he suggested focusing on production of the hourglass," he said, which can disrupt the top and high-quality products that use next-generation bottom of the glass, disrupting supply chains and the technologies.
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... Any competitive manufacturer has to of women and other underrepresented groups in have a skilled workforce, she said, and this trend will manufacturing jobs. In particular, women make up 46.8 accelerate.
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... PLANNING COMMITTEE:  LAURIE LOCASCIO, University of SPONSORS: This workshop was supported by the GovernmentMaryland; ERICA FUCHS, Carnegie Mellon University; ERICK University-Industry Research Roundtable membership, National JONES, University of Texas at Arlington; CHRISTOPHER NISSEN, Institutes of Health, Office of Naval Research, and the United Interwerks, LLC States Department of Agriculture. STAFF:  SUSAN SAUER SLOAN, Director, GUIRR;  MEGAN Suggested citation: National Academies of Sciences, NICHOLSON, Senior Program Officer; CHRISTA NAIRN, Senior Engineering, and Medicine.


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