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 in China, IPC and its members proactively seek opportunities to educate, inform and influence policymakers on policies that spur innovation, growth and competition, while protecting human health and the environment.
Stay up to date with the most current issues.
The IPC GR Team actively tracks the challenges faced by the electronics industry. If you have any questions, or if you need our help, please contact the IPC GR Team.
Stay involved in Policy and Politics.
The IPC Government Relations team is here for you year-round. But our success depends depends on active input and participation from IPC members.
If you’re an IPC member who is interested in politics and policy, we invite you to join us in one of the following ways:
Stay informed with the latest IPC Global Advocacy Reports.
Within Global Advocacy Report, we will share some highlights of what we’re working on in the IPC Government Relations office. The articles in each edition cover just a few of the issues that we are engaged in on an ever-changing basis.
Follow the link below to explore IPC's Global Advocacy Reports Archive.
IPC's team of dedicated industry advocates work for you. Please reach out if you have questions or concerns about existing or emerging environmental health and safety policies, supply chain security, taxes and tariffs, and much more.
It's easy to get in contact - click on any team member's profile to send them an email.
IPC’s Thought Leaders Program (TLP) taps the knowledge of industry experts to inform our efforts on key change drivers and to offer valuable insights to IPC members and external stakeholders.
TLP experts provide ideas and insights in five areas:
- Education and workforce
- Technology and innovation
- The economy
- Key markets
- Environment, health, and safety
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 protect the cyber security of the defense industrial base.