Technology will give fraudsters an edge in 2015, but it will also provide new tools for organizations and investigators, according to three experts from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) who were asked for their top fraud predictions for 2015.
Labelmaster is offering its Early 49 CFR book, with up-to-date domestic regulations for the shipping and transportation of hazardous materials, six months prior to release of the government’s new 49 CFR regs.
Having a visual map that overlays a company's key facilities, suppliers and lanes with actual or potential risks helps enable faster reaction to supply chain disruptions, says Chris Kushmaul, director of supply chain solutions at IDV Solutions.
As Ebola persists in West Africa, shipping lines and traders are tweaking their contracts to protect themselves if the disease puts crews at risk of infection or prevents vessels calling at affected ports.
Chronic disruption, a pervasive phenomenon referring to a persistent disruption that degrades but does not inhibit supply chain function and that does not respond to traditional remedies, affects manufacturing most, according to an APICs Supply Chain Council survey.
A state-of-IT-risk survey being conducted by APQC seeks to examine supply chain organizations' experience with IT risks and the steps organizations are taking to identify, quantify and manage these challenges.