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Manufacturings Role in Strengthening Domestic Security Takes Center Stage at Upcoming Event

Manufacturings Role in Strengthening Domestic Security Takes Center Stage at Upcoming Event

U.S. production has long prioritized efficiency more than resiliency with a focus on long, lean supply chains over security, sustainability, and agility. This has resulted in heavy reliance on foreign sourcing, creating a pared-down U.S. manufacturing base that is unable to scale up and fulfill the country’s needs in times of crisis. The early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic revealed this gap.

To ensure long-term sustainability, efficiency at the expense of resiliency cannot be the sole criterion
around which supply chains are designed. This reconfiguration needs to sit at the nexus of policy, economic development, education, and technology. Initiatives such as the Texas Defense Aerospace Manufacturing Community (TDAMC)—which has intentions to grow across the state of Texas—recognize this moment as a renaissance of American manufacturing. TDAMC also seeks to enable a competitive Texas manufacturing ecosystem to empower small- and medium-sized enterprises.

Join the SecureAmerica Institute for an in-person event on May 9 at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Fort Worth, TX to learn more about the importance of securing robust supply chains and ensuring domestic manufacturing for national defense and economic strength.

For further information and to register for this event, please visit: https://secureamerica.us/texas-manufacturing-renaissance/
 

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