IPC Government Relations

Supporting the industry by promoting government policies that foster economic growth, job creation, innovation, and international cooperation.

IPC is the leading global advocate for the electronics industry. Together with members, IPC actively engages in global government relations and environmental policy advocacy that are in line with IPC’s mission to further the competitive excellence and financial success of its members and to protect the environment. Whether it’s engaging with policy makers in Washington, D.C., in the European Union or on regulatory commissions in China, IPC and its members proactively seek opportunities to educate, inform and influence policymakers on policies that spur innovation, growth and competition, and in the environmental arena, policies that are scientifically based and provide important protection.

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Help IPC Make an IMPACT in Washington, D.C.

With so many public policies in flux, there’s never been a more important time to make our voice heard in the halls of government. Join us in the nation’s capital on May 21-22 for IMPACT Washington, D.C. Learn more and register.

IPC Endorses USMCA Trade Deal

A new report from IPC examines the impact of the proposed US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) and recommends the U.S. Congress to approve it. Read the report.

Join the IPC Advocacy Team

If you’re an IPC member who is interested in politics and policy, please join our Advocacy Team (the “A Team”). Visit our Advocacy Center to sign up for action alerts and contact your elected reps about key issues.

How Washington Could Help Advance U.S. Manufacturing

In part one of IPC’s four-part video series, IPC President and CEO John Mitchell offers a framework for how the Trump Administration and Congress could help advance the U.S. manufacturing industry.

Latest News

May 9, 2019: United States Increases Tariffs on More Chinese Products

May 7, 2019: Export Controls in Flux

April 29, 2019: Every Day is a Good Day to Focus on Worker Health and Safety

April 16, 2019 – U.S. Tax Law Boosts Growth, But Uncertainties Loom

April 9, 2019 – IPC Working to Revive R&D on Lead-Free Electronics in High-Reliability Sectors

Upcoming Events

May 21-22, 2019: IMPACT Washington, DC

June 3, Boston:  Emerging & Critical Environmental Product Regulations Conference

June 5, Chicago area:  Emerging & Critical Environmental Product Regulations Conference

June 7, San Jose area: Emerging & Critical Environmental Product Regulations Conference