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Supply Chain Resilience

America is taking a look at issues related to the resilience of supply chains during disasters to better understand how supply and demand networks react to serious disruptions and how logistics management can better prepare for and respond to extreme events.


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Consensus Study

ResilientAmerica is conducting a consensus study, Post-Hurricane Supply Chain Adaptability, that will analyze three different supply chain responses to back-to-back storms - Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria - and feeds into Section 2.3 on FEMA’s new 2018-2022 Strategic Plan. This study will focus on the conveyance on food, fuel, water, pharmaceutical supplies, and medical equipment.

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Expert Meeting

The ResilientAmerica Roundtable hosted an expert meeting, Supply Chain Resilience, to explore issues related to supply chain resilience including methods used by industries that assist in mitigating vulnerabilities that can impede supply chain resilience, how supply chains are dependent on each other and on critical infrastructure, and recovery of supply chains following a major disaster.


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