John Haber, founder and chief executive officer of Spend Management Experts, describes how parcel shipping weathered high demand and tight carrier capacity during the 2020 peak holiday season, and into 2021.
Mary Long, director of the Supply Chain Forum at the University of Tennessee, reports on the types of shortages that grocery stores were experiencing in late 2020 and into 2021, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
James H. Burnley IV, former U.S. Secretary of Transportation and now a partner in the law firm of Venable LLP, weighs the chances for progress — at long last — on funding and construction of critical infrastructure projects under the new Biden Administration.
Lindsey Conrad Kennedy, a labor and employment attorney with Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC, lays out the legal framework under which employers can mandate that employees take the COVID-19 vaccine — with exceptions.
Chip Lilliewood, vice president of government programs and channels with Dun & Bradstreet, and Bill Solms, president and general manager of Qomplx Government Solutions, explain the new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), issued by the U.S. Department of Defense for all suppliers in the government’s defense industrial base.
Jamie Teets, partner with GRJ Health, explains the reasons for the critical shortage of nitrile gloves that has plagued hospitals and healthcare workers since the early weeks of the coronavirus pandemic.
A discussion about the importance of applying environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations to global supply chains, with Jonathon Karelse, chief executive officer, and Y Nguyen, governance and risk management practice lead, with NorthFind Management.
Damon Pike, international tax principal and leader of the customs and international trade practice of BDO, discusses what are likely to be the differences and similarities between the Trump and Biden administrations’ approaches toward trade.