CHAPTER V, GOVERNANCE SECTION 1
EUROPEAN SEMICONDUCTOR BOARD
Article 23: Establishment and tasks of the European Semiconductor Board
1. The European Semiconductor Board is established.
2. The European Semiconductor Board shall provide the Commission with advice and assistance pursuant to this Regulation and, in particular, by:
(a) providing advice on the Initiative to the Public Authorities Board of the Chips Joint Undertaking;
(b) exchanging information on the functioning of the Integrated Production Facilities and Open EU Foundries;
(c) discussing and preparing the identification of specific sectors and technologies with potential high social impact and respective security significance in need of certification for trusted products;
(d) addressing monitoring and crisis response issues;
(e) providing advice regarding the consistent application of this Regulation, facilitate cooperation among Member States and exchange of information on issues relating to this Regulation.
3. The European Semiconductor Board shall support the Commission in international cooperation, including information gathering and crisis assessment, in line with international obligations.
4. The European Semiconductor Board shall ensure coordination, cooperation and information exchange, where appropriate, with the relevant crisis response and crisis preparedness structures established under Union law.
Note: This is not the final text of the European Chips Act. This is the text of the European Chips Act Proposal of February 2022.