Microfabrication Production

Heterogeneous System-in-Packaging (HSiP)

Fan-Out Wafer Level Packaging (FOWLP)

Die Extraction / Chip Recovery

Microfabrication Production

  • Heterogeneous System-in-Package (HSIP)
  • Fan-Out Wafer Level Packaging (FOWLP)
  • Die Extraction / Recovery Services

Secure 40,000 Sq Ft Facility

  • DMEA Category 1A Trusted Foundry
  • 600 Sq Ft Class 10 Cleanroom
  • 7,000 Sq Ft Class 100 Cleanroom
  • 10,000 Sq Ft Class 1000 Cleanroom

Introduction to the Defense Production Act Title III

i3 Microsystems Designated as Essential

The Defense Production Act Title III program is one of three active authorities in the Defense Production Act, which was first signed into law in 1950 and was last renewed in 2018. The Title III program provides the President broad authority to ensure the timely availability of essential domestic industrial resources to support national defense and homeland security requirements through the use of highly tailored economic incentives. Specifically, the program is designed to create, maintain, protect, expand, or restore domestic industrial base capabilities.

The Defense Production Act Title III Office reports to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Policy within the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment. The Defense Production Act Title III Office provides direction, guidance, and oversight to the Defense Production Act Title III program within the Department of Defense. The program is executed through the careful selection and implementation of projects designed to mitigate critical shortfalls in domestic defense industries.

Focus Areas of Investment

  • Advanced Manufacturing & Processes
  • Semiconductors & Electronics Devices
  • Space Industrial Base
  • Advanced Materials
  • Vehicle Propulsion Technology
  • Rare Earth Minerals
  • Fuel Sources & Energy Storage
  • Munitions & Ordinance

Expansion of Productive Capacity and Supply

DPA Title III Expansion of Productive Capacity and Supply Authorizes the use of special economic incentives to “develop, maintain, modernize, and expand the productive capacities of domestic sources for critical components critical technology items, and industrial resources essential for the execution of the national security strategy of the United States.”

Quality Policy

To meet our customers’ expectations and applicable regulatory / statutory requirements through delivery of products that reflect continuously improved quality, service, and reliability and maintains the effectiveness of the Quality Management System

Title III Grant – i3 Microsystems

9900 16th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33716

For additional equipment and process information please inquiry at info@i3technologygroup.com

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