Nicole Lewis is an independent business and technology journalist who covers public policy, technology and business issues. She was a senior editor at Electronic Buyers’ News where she covered the electronics supply chain at a time when high-tech companies began to outsource their manufacturing primarily to China. Nicole has also written for other publications including InformationWeek, Tech Target, iHealthBeat and Federal Computer Week. She has reported on critical issues in the development and use of technology including fixing the Y2K computer glitch at federal government agencies, trends in high-tech manufacturing, and the federal government’s incentive program to encourage hospitals and physician offices to adopt electronic health records. She received her Master’s degree in Journalism at Georgetown University. Nicole can be reached at nicolelws1317@gmail.com.

Market Cycles Challenge Electronics Buyers

The electronics industry is changing in fundamental ways and the shifts taking place are raising questions about whether the industry is less cyclical than it used to be. It’s a topic of conversation increasingly being discussed among analysts and corporate executives who are looking at the past as a way to understand today’s electronics landscape.…

Electronics Buyers’ Environmental Role Expands

The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is reporting that a growing group of purchasers, including procurement managers in the electronics industry, are increasing their involvement in efforts to collect and share data on environmental risk among their suppliers. Not only has the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) recently teamed with CDP to increase the number of…