Urgent Need for CHIPS & Science Act Amendments

Understanding the Limitations of the CHIPS and Science Act in U.S. Semiconductor Production & the Urgent Need for Amendments

Did you know that the much-touted CHIPS and Science Act, a cornerstone of the U.S. effort to bolster its technological prowess, doesn’t require all semiconductor production to be conducted within American borders?

This is a crucial detail often overlooked in discussions about the Act and its implications for national security, economy, and technological independence.

The CHIPS and Science Act represents a significant investment in the U.S. semiconductor industry, with billions allocated toward enhancing domestic manufacturing capabilities. It’s a commendable step towards reducing reliance on international sources for these critical components, especially given the recent global supply chain disruptions. But here’s the catch: the Act encourages and supports domestic production but does not make it a binding requirement.

While the Act offers incentives and funding for companies to set up or expand semiconductor manufacturing in the U.S., it doesn’t prohibit or limit them from continuing or establishing production overseas. This loophole will undercut the Act’s effectiveness in achieving true technological sovereignty for the United States.

Imagine a scenario where the U.S. could fully control its semiconductor supply chain. In this scenario, every chip powering our phones, cars, and national defense systems is made within our borders. This isn’t just about economic benefits like job creation; it’s about securing our nation against geopolitical risks and ensuring that the lifeline of our technology is not in the hands of potential adversaries. The Act has the right intention, but it needs to meet this vision.

So, what can we do? First, stay informed and spread awareness about my amendment to the Act. The more people understand the intricacies of the Act, the more we can collectively push for amendments and policies that close this gap.

Secondly, engage with your local representatives. Let them know your concerns and advocate for legislative changes that mandate domestic production of semiconductors.

Lastly, support American tech firms that prioritize domestic manufacturing. Our choices as consumers and citizens can drive a more self-reliant, secure future.

The CHIPS and Science Act is a step in the right direction, but we need more comprehensive solutions to ensure our technological independence and security. By understanding its limitations and taking action, we can pave the way for a future where America is not just a leader in technology but also fully self-reliant in its production. Let’s work towards that future together.

My Commitment to Amend the CHIPS and Science Act for a Stronger America

As a future member of Congress, my mission is clear: to introduce legislation that amends the CHIPS and Science Act, mandating all semiconductor production to be conducted exclusively within the United States. This is not just a policy change; it’s a strategic move to protect American jobs, strengthen our economy, and fortify our national security.

Understanding the Current Landscape

Despite its forward-looking stance, the current CHIPS and Science Act lacks a critical component – it does not require semiconductor production to be solely on American soil. This gap, while subtle, has significant implications for our country’s technological autonomy, job market, and security.

The Steps I Will Take As Your Congressperson:

Drafting Comprehensive Legislation: My first step will be to draft a bill that amends the Act. This legislation will include clear guidelines and requirements for 100% domestic production of semiconductors. It will also outline incentives and support mechanisms for companies to transition their operations to the U.S.

Building Bipartisan Support: Recognizing that effective legislation often requires a bipartisan approach, I will work across the aisle to garner support. This will involve educating my fellow lawmakers on the importance of domestic semiconductor production and its implications for national security and economic growth.

Engaging with Industry Experts and Stakeholders: Collaboration with industry leaders, tech experts, and labor representatives will be crucial. Their insights will ensure the legislation is feasible, sustainable, and beneficial for all parties involved, especially the American workforce.

Public Awareness and Engagement: I will launch an information campaign to raise public awareness about the importance of domestic semiconductor production. Engaging with constituents and the broader public will help build a groundswell of support that can influence other lawmakers.

Addressing Global Supply Chain Vulnerabilities: The legislation will also address the complexities of global supply chains. By incentivizing homegrown production, we can reduce dependencies that often leave us vulnerable to geopolitical tensions and disruptions.

Fostering Innovation and R&D: The amendment will not only mandate production but also promote research and development within the U.S. This will ensure that America remains at the forefront of technological innovation.

Strengthening Cybersecurity Measures: Integral to this legislation will be the enhancement of cybersecurity protocols to protect our technological infrastructure from domestic and foreign threats.

Regular Reviews and Amendments: Finally, to ensure that the legislation remains relevant and practical, it will include provisions for regular reviews and updates, adapting to the ever-evolving technological landscape.

Amending the CHIPS and Science Act to require all semiconductor production to be conducted exclusively in the U.S. is a bold but necessary step. As your future congressperson, I am committed to leading this change. Together, we can ensure that America leads in technology and secures its production, jobs, and national safety.

Technology is one of many threats to our jobs, pension system, and the American way of life. Tens and tens of billions of US dollars are planned and spent on overseas semiconductor production. It’s time to plan and pay for our American workforce, not in faraway countries.

I am proud to be the only candidate in America who passionately addresses an issue vital to our nation’s future – the need to amend the CHIPS and Science Act to mandate all semiconductor production exclusively within the United States.

In a world increasingly driven by technology, semiconductors are not just components but the lifeblood of our modern infrastructure. While a step in the right direction, our current legislation must be revised to ensure this critical production is entirely on American soil. This isn’t just a matter of technological supremacy; it’s about safeguarding American jobs, our economy, and our national security.

I am not just advocating for a policy change. I am fighting for the heart and soul of our nation. Every semiconductor made in America is a testament to our country’s resilience, innovation, and spirit. By bringing this production home, we are not just creating jobs; we are sending a message to the world that America is prepared to lead in the 21st century.

I am proud to be at the forefront of this battle. It’s a battle for our workers, whose skill and dedication should be the cornerstone of our technological advancements. It’s a battle for our economy, ensuring that the fruits of innovation nourish our communities. And it’s a battle for our national security to ensure that the technologies integral to our daily lives and our defense are firmly in our hands.

This journey is not without its challenges. It requires boldness, vision, and an unwavering commitment to national interests. But if history has taught us anything, America is at its best when we face our challenges head-on, united by a common goal.

I am not just another candidate making promises. I am a leader committed to action, a champion for American ingenuity and labor, and a guardian of our national security. I am not just proud to address this crucial issue – I am honored to fight for the American people.

Together, we can make a change. Together, we can ensure a future where America is not just a participant in the global technology race but a leader, setting the pace for others to follow. Join me in this mission, and let’s build a future we can all be proud of.

In Summary

As an advocate and the founder of the proposed Department of Technology, this new government entity could play a crucial role in enhancing the execution of the CHIPS and Science Act amendments, especially the mandate for 100% domestic semiconductor production in the United States.

This department, focused on overseeing and integrating technology services across various government levels, would provide the infrastructure, expertise, and oversight needed for this significant shift in industrial strategy.

My vision includes the Department of Technology coordinating with industry experts, government agencies, and stakeholders to ensure efficient implementation, compliance, innovation, and security.

This initiative would strengthen the U.S.’s technological leadership and bolster national security and economic growth through self-reliance in semiconductor production.

To learn more about my project visit www.department.technology

Stay tuned for more updates as we embark on this critical legislative journey.


On March 5th, 2024, your vote can shape our nation’s future. Elect a leader who champions America’s technological sovereignty and economic growth.

Imagine a future where the U.S. leads semiconductor production, ensuring national security and job creation. I am committed to amending the CHIPS and Science Act for this vision.

We can foster innovation, enhance cybersecurity, and secure America’s technological independence. Your support will drive this change.

Vote for me on or before Tuesday, March 5th, 2024, and spread the word to family and friends.

Let’s turn this vision into our reality!


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