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10 PCB007 MAGAZINE I MAY 2021 As the electronics industry undergoes dra- matic change, it is essential for IPC to obtain advice and counsel from experts through- out the industry that help us navigate these changes. To this end, IPC created the ought Leaders Program (TLP), a select group of ex- perts who will generate ideas and insights in five areas: • Education and workforce • Technology and innovation • e economy • Key markets • Environment, health, and safety ese experts will assist IPC on key issues, offering valuable insights to IPC members and key external stakeholders. e knowl- edge gained from ought Leaders will al- low IPC to be aware of a range of change drivers and how they are interconnected. IPC will leverage these experts' insights to lead and influence change that will benefit members and the larger worldwide electron- ics industry. e ought Leaders' responsibilities will include providing publishable material in their subject areas, flagging opportunities for IPC engagement, and participating in quar- terly roundtable discussions. Each expert is expected to fulfill at least one 12-month term, during which quarterly contributions will be expected. One of the program's first projects will be a report on the U.S. Defense Department's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), an ambitious effort to better pro- tect the cybersecurity of the defense industri- al base. e electronics industry supports this initiative but has concerns about its ongoing implementation. New Thought Leaders Program Brings Industry Insight One World, One Industry Feature Column by Dr. John Mitchell, IPC PRESIDENT AND CEO

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