The Bureau of Industry and Security is requesting no later than May 23 public comments on how to advance supply chain resilience and security in the following key sectors: semiconductors, solar photovoltaics, critical minerals and materials (including rare earth magnets), lithium-ion batteries, material inputs to semiconductors, and pharmaceuticals.

Comments received will inform the work of the U.S.–European Union Trade and Technology Council Secure Supply Chains Working Group, which is tasked with increasing visibility and transparency of supply and demand, mapping respective existing sectoral capabilities, exchanging information on policy measures and research and development priorities, and cooperating on strategies to promote supply chain resilience, security, and diversification.

BIS welcomes public comments from all interested parties on how best to achieve these tasks but is particularly interested in obtaining information from foreign and domestic entities that actively participate in the supply chains for the sectors identified above.

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