US Department of Homeland Security set up the membership for the ICT Supply Chain Risk Management Task Force

The Task Force was established on 30 October as a public-private partnership to develop recommendations on managing risks in the global ICT supply chain.  It goes within the DHS Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management Program which aims to develop supply chain risk management capabilities for federal civilian agencies; private sector critical infrastructure owners and operators; also for state, local, tribal and territorial governments. Currently the Task Force has 26 members form industry, 8 departments and agencies of the US government, including DHS, DoD, and Office of the Director of National Intelligence. The first step of the Task Force will be to conduct an analysis existing ecosystem of  industry and government supply chain initiatives to identify critical gaps.