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Meghan Biery Joins Semiconductor Industry Association as Director of Global Technology and Security Policy

Biery most recently served as senior national security policy advisor at the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security

WASHINGTON—The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) today announced Meghan Biery has joined the association as director of global technology and security policy. In this role, Biery will work with U.S. and global policymakers and industry stakeholders to advance the semiconductor sector’s technology, national security, and supply chain policy priorities. SIA represents 98 percent of the U.S. semiconductor industry by revenue and nearly two-thirds of non-U.S. chip firms.

“The policy decisions made by leaders in Washington and capitals around the world will significantly impact the long-term strength of the global semiconductor supply chain and continued U.S. leadership in chip technology, which is at the heart of America’s economic growth, job creation, national security,” said John Neuffer, SIA president and CEO. “A seasoned policy practitioner with high-level experience in technology security, export control, and related issues, Meghan Biery will be a strong and capable advocate for our industry’s interests in Washington and around the world. We’re excited to welcome her to the SIA team and look forward to her help advancing government initiatives that promote continued growth and innovation in our industry.”