Appendix B
Presentations to the Committee

MEETING 1, WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER 5-6, 2005

Critical Technology Accessibility: A Sponsor’s Perspective

Steve Thompson, Chief, Technology Warning Division

Defense Intelligence Agency


Defense Critical Technologies and Foreign Dependence

Paul Halpern, Coordinator, Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States

Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Industrial Policy)


Identifying Critical Technologies

Gordie Boezer, Deputy Director, Military Critical Technologies List

Institute for Defense Analyses


China’s Process of Reverse Engineering Technologies

Michael R. Danis, Senior Intelligence Officer

Defense Intelligence Agency


Technology Protection: Theory and Application

Chris Carlson, Research Technology Protection Coordinator

Defense Intelligence Agency



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Critical Technology Accessibility Appendix B Presentations to the Committee MEETING 1, WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER 5-6, 2005 Critical Technology Accessibility: A Sponsor’s Perspective Steve Thompson, Chief, Technology Warning Division Defense Intelligence Agency Defense Critical Technologies and Foreign Dependence Paul Halpern, Coordinator, Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Industrial Policy) Identifying Critical Technologies Gordie Boezer, Deputy Director, Military Critical Technologies List Institute for Defense Analyses China’s Process of Reverse Engineering Technologies Michael R. Danis, Senior Intelligence Officer Defense Intelligence Agency Technology Protection: Theory and Application Chris Carlson, Research Technology Protection Coordinator Defense Intelligence Agency

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Critical Technology Accessibility DoD Vacuum Electronics Technology Charles Byvik, Associate Director for Electronics, Space, and Sensor Technologies Office of the Deputy Under Secretary for Defense (Science and Technology) Extent and Implications of U.S. Dependency on Foreign Manufacturing of Semiconductors/IT Systems Mark Thompson MEETING 2, WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER 19-20, 2005 Globalization, Technology Diffusion, and U.S. National Security Pierre Chao, Senior Fellow Center for Strategic and International Studies Foreign Ownership, Control Mitigation Christopher Griner, Partner Kaye Scholer, LLP Semiconductors: Why the Industry Matters and What Others Are Doing to Acquire It Chuck Wessner, Associate Director Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy National Research Council Thomas Howell, Partner Dewey Ballantine LLP Globalization, Risk, and Technological Leadership James A. Lewis, Senior Fellow and Director, Technology and Public Policy Center for Strategic and International Studies Discussion with EIA Dave McCurdy, President Electronics Industry Association

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Critical Technology Accessibility Manufacturing Trends in Printed Circuit Technology David Berteau, Chair Committee on Manufacturing Trends in Printed Circuit Technology National Research Council MEETING 3, WASHINGTON, D.C., JANUARY 9-10, 2006 EADS North America Presentation Lt Gen Charles Coolidge, U.S. Air Force (retired), Vice President, Air Force Programs European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company North America Joint Strike Fighter Program Brief Jon Schreiber, Director Joint Strike Fighter International Directorate BIOSHIELD Case Study Michael G. Kurilla, Director, Office of BioDefense Research Affairs Associate Director for BioDefense Product Development National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases National Institutes of Health Foreign Supplier Assessment Center Discussion Thomas G. Xenakis, Program Manager Foreign Supplier Assessment Center Discussion with Jacques Gansler Jacques Gansler, Vice President for Research, Roger C. Lipitz Chair University of Maryland