To make progress on supply chain security, the U.S. government will need to clarify its goals; create a cohesive, forward-thinking strategy; and offer alternatives to a cold divestment of Chinese ICT products.
Tatyana Bolton is the policy director for R Street’s Cybersecurity and Emerging Threats team. Most recently, Tatyana worked as the senior policy director for the U.S. Cyberspace Solarium Commission focusing on U.S. government reorganization and resilience portfolios. Tatyana previously served in various program management positions at Strategic Systems Programs for the U.S. Navy including budgeting, program management, and contracting. Ms. Bolton is fluent in Russian and earned her MA from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service Security Studies Program, and a BA from the Ohio State University.
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