Resilinc Special Report Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act - What importers need to know The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) took effect last month and now mandates a new layer of supply chain due diligence for importers. With this Act in place, the US has banned imports from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) on the account of widespread evidence on forced labor across multiple industries. The Customs and Border Protection Act will be issuing letters to all importers who have been identified as previously importing goods that may be subjected to the Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Act. The Department of Homeland Security has set a strategy for UFLPA enforcement for high-priority sectors like polysilicon, apparel, cotton, and more. The immediate next steps for organizations should be to look for any warning signs of forced labor across all their supply chain tiers. Learn more in Resilinc’s Special Report on the UFLPA enactment and best practices to protect your supply chain. Key Insights: Detailed overview of the newly passed UFLPA. Best practices and immediate next steps for organizations to abide by the legislation. DHS entity list showing targeted and vulnerable enterprises across several industries.