Federal Policy for Supply Chains What's Next? Implications for Industry and success strategies

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Executive branch policies and Congressional legislation indicate a growing priority for "whole of nation" supply chain resilience. Continuous supply chain monitoring & risk analysis is not just mandated, it's proving to be a critical & necessary strategic deterrent. 
Federal supply chain policy (Section 8...81) was established to minimize risk in information and communications. Congress is now proposing draft legislation to expand policy beyond information & communications technology to all supply chains within Department of Defense major weapon system acquisition programs. 
But what are the implications for industry? Join Interos and Carahsoft for an exclusive panel discussion with industry leaders to discuss the following topics:
  • Latest mandated policies (section 881)
  • Draft language for the FY24 budget raising expectations for supply chain "resilience by design"
  • Security and material implications of requirements from government to industry
  • How does Industry respond to those requirements?
  • What are the strategies for success for government executives and industry leaders, fed serv, defense, and intel

Speaker and Presenter Information

Maj Gen. Allan Day, VP, SalesForce


Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO & Founder, Interos Inc.


Kiersten E. Todt

CEO & Managing Partner

Liberty Group Ventures, LLC


Jessica Carroll

VP of Policy and Government Affairs


Relevant Government Agencies

DOD & Military, Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government

Event Type

This event has no exhibitor/sponsor opportunities

Thu, Sep 21, 2023, 2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

Complimentary:    $ 0.00

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Event Sponsors

Interos Government Team at Carahsoft

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