In February 2021, Biden enacted an executive order on America’s Supply Chains to “revitalize and rebuild domestic manufacturing capacity, maintain America’s competitive edge in research and development, and create well-paying jobs”. The order was aimed at establishing resilient supply chains, as a direct impact of the failure by many sovereigns’ to maintain effective access to vital supplies during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, last year.
Join S&P Global Market Intelligence Research Analyst, Eric Oak, alongside Dr. Robert Handfield of North Carolina State, and former Chief Procurement And Supply Chain Officer - Tom Linton, to explore pandemic impacts, emerging supply chain trends and insights on what recovery might resemble, a year after COVID-19 altered supply chains, access and availability to vital goods, globally.
- Examine emerging trends on the supply chain
- Review global policy shifts from pandemic to recovery
- Explore land to cost assumptions, diversification and long-term mandates for vital supplies from PPE to vaccine distribution
- Insights and analysis on efforts to enact Supply Chain Redesign with the new Administration and global shifts in need