"Our national defense and strategic advantage are largely dependent upon technologies and capabilities developed and manufactured by our defense industrial base. Today, the defense industrial base is under attack. Our adversaries are stealing vast amounts of critical technology that jeopardize our mission readiness, the safety and security of our warfighters, and the security of our citizenry."
On June 21, 2018, a panel of experts addressed the U.S. House Armed Services Committee to discuss the problem and ongoing activities to help counter the illicit transfer of critical military technology. Watch the video and learn about the DoD’s response as The Honorable Kari A. Bingen, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, briefs the U.S. House Armed Services Committee. Click the links to learn more...
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