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White House order on foreign sales prompts telecom calls for coordination on supply-chain risks

August 10, 2018 |
Mariam Baksh
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The White House is reportedly developing an executive order to limit imports seen as a threat to national security, a sweeping move that has prompted telecom industry sources to reiterate calls for coordination among federal agencies that have launched a slew of initiatives aimed at tackling cyber supply-chain risks.

"Given the fact that supply chain is under active consideration, at the White House, the [Federal Communications Commission], [the Department of Homeland Security], and [the National Institute of Standards and Technology], it...

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