Chip Lilliewood, vice president of government programs and channels with Dun & Bradstreet, and Bill Solms, president of Qomplx, 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.
David Winstead, an attorney with Ballard Spahr LLP and former Secretary of Transportation in the state of Maryland, speculates on U.S. Department of Transportation challenges, initiatives and priorities under the incoming Biden Administration.
Chad Kramlich, chief revenue officer of Open Sky Group, explains the difference between applications delivered in the cloud and those via software as a service (SaaS), and how the latter model applies to modern-day warehouse-management systems (WMS).
Jason Burns, director of corporate development with Dropoff and first vice president of the Customized Logistics & Delivery Association, outlines the challenges that pharmaceutical manufacturers face in maintaining strict temperature controls for delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Matthew Goodman, senior vice president and holder of the Simon Chair in Political Economy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, discusses the prospects of the Biden Administration bringing the U.S. back into the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
John Caltabiano, vice president of supply chain with manufacturing services provider Jabil Inc., discusses the results of a recent survey of supply-chain professionals about how they’re weathering the coronavirus pandemic.