Industrial Base Policy

DASD Industrial Base Resilience



Work with domestic and international partners to forge and sustain a robust, secure, and resilient industrial base enabling the warfighter, now and in the future.


A resilient industrial base ensures our national security by enabling the warfighter and deterring our adversaries.

Halimah Najieb-Locke Photo

Halimah Najieb-Locke

Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Base Resilience

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What We Do

  • Identify and address supply chain / industrial base vulnerabilities
  • Enable production in key areas through investment and innovative acquisition strategies
  • Manage vulnerabilities presented by adversarial capital
  • Enable the health of the workforce through upskilling / training / professional development opportunities
  • Refine processes to improve effectiveness, coordination, and workload management
  • Cultivate relationships across the Department, interagency, and industry


Industrial Base Resilience Organization Chart

Provide decision-makers with analysis-informed options to prepare the industrial base for current and future fights.

PA&T Leadership

Danielle Miller

Director Policy, Analysis, and Transition

Global Investment and Economic Security protects DoD equities from adversarial foreign investment risks, at home and abroad by delivering national security risk analyses and mitigation proposals to decision makers to resolve national security concerns.

GIES Leadership

Nicoletta Giordani

Director Global Investment and Economic Security

To prioritize and address supply chain and industrial challenges identified by PA&T and other stakeholders. Determines appropriate authorities to address critical shortfalls. Through prioritization, incentivization, and resource allocation, MCEIP supports domestic industry with direct engagements and investments.

MCEIP Leadership

Anthony Di Stasio

Director Manufacturing Capability Expansion & Investment Prioritization