At first blush, many readers are probably asking the same question: what does the DOJ Antitrust Division have to do with supply chain management? I asked this question myself, when I engaged in a discussion with Devon Mahoney, (Technical Assistance Coordinator – International Section) and Chief Manish Kumar, San Francisco Office. I didn’t know a
I had the pleasure of hearing Professor Jason Miller from Michigan State University speak to the Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies members today, sharing with us a variety of fascinating charts and figures that he pulled from all of the publicly available data produced by the federal government – most of it is census data.
We hear a lot about the shortage of semiconductors these days in the news, and the complaints are especially loud in the automotive sector. On top of that, many new students coming to campus this fall will find that there will be a shortage of laptops for many of them…. So what’s the deal? Why
I recently facilitated an FDA panel that focused on creating a resilient supply chain for the medical devices industry. The virtual panel, Building Medical Device Supply Chain Resilience: A Healthcare and Public Health Ecosystem-Wide Collaboration, featured a number of speakers from various industry groups; Eric GaschoSenior Vice President, Policy and Government Affairs, National Health Council
A new study that the SCRC published with GEP examines the increasing pressure that supply chain executives are getting when it comes to responding to supply chain disruptions. The report was published in the last month, and reflects some of the increasing challenges and disparities that exist between procurement and supply chain executives. One of