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Recent cracks in the US microelectronics supply chain have lead the Defense Department to use its DARPA program to find ways to secure the US supply chain, reports HPC Wire. 

A three-year-old Defense Department electronics initiative is bearing fruit in the form of public-private partnerships in areas ranging from post-Moore’s law chip architectures to the growing national security requirement of securing the microelectronics supply chain.

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