The Case for a Federal Office of Supply Chain

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During the pandemic, the strength of the U.S supply chain was tested and often came up short. That’s why Mike Crum, a professor and Ruan Chair of Supply Chain Management in Iowa State University’s Ivy College of Business, is calling for a federal office of supply chain. In his new report, “U.S. Supply Chain Policy Priorities”, he said research showed that there were several federal departments and agencies that are establishing policies and passing regulations or initiatives that impact the private sector supply chains. “The impact of individual policies and regulations and the interactions among them on total supply chain performance was usually not considered since no one government entity was accountable for overall supply chain performance,” he said in a statement.

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