How Can States Help the CHIPS Act Succeed?
The recently passed CHIPS Act is a bold effort by the federal government to rebuild America’s semiconductor production and advance future chip innovation. But while the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s CHIPS Program Office will lead the program’s implementation, its success will depend on a robust and unprecedented partnership with state and local governments. States will play a particularly important role, not only because of their own contributions to the funding, but also because of their roles in related efforts that are necessary for success, including workforce development, university research, infrastructure, and permitting.
Please join ITIF for a discussion with state leaders about how to successfully implement the CHIPS Act.
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