In this 5-part series, industry experts detail the current risk areas in today’s U.S. supply chains, how to address these issues, the impact on U.S. imports/exports, downfalls of this 100-day review and what it means for the future of supply chains.
On Feb. 24, President Joe Biden signed an executive order, enforcing a 100-day review on all U.S. supply chains. This includes identifying risks for certain materials, software and pharmaceuticals. This includes reviewing transportation, production of agriculture commodities and food products. This includes assessing current domestic manufacturing workforce skills, climate change and critical goods. It also includes caring for the resilience and capacity of U.S. manufacturing supply chains.