The current focus on US supply chains has raised a number of important and complex issues for private companies and governments alike. Concerns over labor, human rights, the environment, and the application of sanction in the face of rising geopolitical challenges mean that companies must question the origin of both intermediate and finished goods in their supply chains. Compliance can be prohibitively expensive in terms of paperwork and cost, but new technologies offer ways to make compliance both more effective and less costly.
Given these concerns, the Wilson Center’s Woldenberg Initiative is proud to announce a public discussion on the ways in which technology can help to strengthen trust in supply chains.
A limited number of in-person seats will be available at the Wilson Center. To reserve a spot, please RSVP below. This event will also be webcast from this webpage.
- Julie Mendoza, Partner, International Trade Practice Group, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP
- Jorge Woldenberg, Chief Executive Officer of Corpac Group
- Bob Rogers, CEO, Oii Inc.
- Justin Goldston, Professor of Project and Supply Chain Management, Penn State University
- Evan Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Altana AI
- Duncan Wood, Vice President for Strategy & New Initiatives; Senior Advisor to the Mexico Institute
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