Jennifer Bisceglie

Chairman of the Board at Women Impacting Public Policy and 2 other companies
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  • Finding new suppliers or moving manufacturing back to the U.S. is easier said than done. The first step to improving resiliency and better managing risks is having clear visibility across the end-to-end supply chain and understanding what alternatives exist for any threats identified.

    28 December 2020
  • It’s very difficult to sustain, it’s expensive to sustain. If you create an entire local supply chain, think about the expense in training the labor and getting the raw materials if they’re not in your country. Large multinational corporations rely heavily on smaller suppliers who have access to localized raw materials they might not be able to get elsewhere.

    28 December 2020
  • Herein lies the risk. For instance, the U.S. has the ‘Buy American’ act, which says that a certain percentage of the goods that you buy for specific customers and programs have to be manufactured in the U.S. While this is a great economic plan, it is not necessarily a risk management or security plan because the rest of that product can be manufactured in China. And this can cause problems when there happens to be a trade war or strained relations, like today.

    28 December 2020
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