Global semiconductor supply chain constraints are widespread and are profoundly impacting businesses across many industries. Recovery will be complicated as production cycles are lengthy and the materials used for semiconductor manufacturing, assembly and packaging are scarce. Lack of access to certain materials like rare minerals can create another bottleneck in the process to bring semiconductors to market.
Policy development in the area of global trade, which may have seemed far flung previously, is now critical in the semiconductor sector as well as the overall ICT supply.
Learn more about supply chain challenges and discussions happening within the administration, in industry, and on Capitol Hill.
The event featured a fireside chat with Bruce Stokes, Non-Resident Transatlantic Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States and Peter Harrell, Senior Director for International Economics and Competitiveness, White House National Security Council.
The fireside chat was followed by remarks by Susan Johnson, EVP, Global Connections and Supply Chain, AT&T.
The event concluded with a panel discussion, featuring:
- Steven Overly, Global Trade & Economics Reporter, POLITICO (Moderator)
- Chris Netram, VP, Tax and Domestic Economic Policy, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
- Tom Quillin, Senior Director, Governments Markets & Trade, Intel Corporation
- Claire Sanderson, Legislative Assistant, Senator John Cornyn (TX)