NSPM-33 and the CHIPS Act Requirements: Current Status and Options for Implementation and Communications

Includes a Live Web Event on 08/07/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

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NSPM-33 and the CHIPS Act Requirements: Current Status and Options for Implementation and Communications 

Wednesday, August 7, 2024
1:00 pm – 4:30 pm Eastern Time 


Academic institutions are committed to maintaining openness and inclusivity in research, whether the collaboration is across campus, the region, or the globe. Institutions must uphold their missions while navigating a changing regulatory landscape and foster due diligence in international activities to mitigate risks and promote principled collaborations. This workshop will provide the latest information on NSPM-33 and relevant CHIPS Act research security requirements. It will offer attendees the opportunity to engage with each other on strategies for preparing for and implementing a research security program. University-wide awareness and engagement are critical for developing an effective program. Workshop leads will discuss how they have garnered institutional support for creating or updating university policy and processes in preparation for meeting NSPM-33 standards and elicit successful strategies from participants. Lastly, panelists and attendees will work in small groups and report out key strategic developments, investments, and resources that their respective universities have made.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the latest information on NSPM-33 and relevant CHIPS + Science Act requirements and offer options for implementing them.
  • Describe how to develop and prioritize their institution’s research security program.
  • Identify strategies for engaging institutional leadership, the research community and key stakeholders to promote a culture of awareness and transparency.
  • Benchmark institutional preparedness and further identify priorities. 
  • Utilize polling and small group discussion to collect and share innovative approaches and resources to develop a research security program.

Participants with an institutional role related to the implementation or oversight of NSPM-33 and relevant CHIPS + Science Act requirements will benefit from this workshop.

Holly Bante

AVP Research Security and Ethics

Office of Research, University of Cincinnati

Rebecca Keiser

Chief of Research Security Strategy and Policy and Head

Office of International Science and Engineering, Office of the Director, National Science Foundation

Lisa Nichols

Executive Director of Research Security

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Elizabeth Wagner

Senior Director, Research Security and Trade Compliance

Purdue University Main Campus

Amy Weber

Senior Director, Export Controls & International Compliance

Northwestern University

Participants receive 3.25 hours of continuing education credits.

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Member Price: $265.00 Non-Member Price: $320.00

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