The past 18 months have seen a near constant stream of supply chain disruptions affecting everything from medical equipment and PPE to toilet paper, canned soup, and now the upcoming holiday season. Why are these supply chain issues continuing? Are there meaningful implications for homeland security and emergency management? What can we do right now in our own communities to avoid a crisis? Please join us November 16th as we explore these and other questions with our panel of national supply chain experts.
Tuesday, November 16th
David Kaufman, Moderator
Vice President and Director,
Safety and Security, CN
American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN)
Principal Consultant, Themata Strategic LLC
(Former) Chair, FEMA National Advisory Council
Supply Chain Resilience Subject Matter Expert,
Center for Homeland Defense and Security
This webinar is held in partnership with the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN), Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), Big City Emergency Managers, International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), National Emergency Management Association (NEMA), National Governors Association (NGA), Naval Postgraduate School Alumni Association and Foundation, and the CHDS Alumni Association.
New CHDS Supply Chain Resilience Self-Study Course
Would you or someone in your organization like to learn more about Supply Chain Resilience? You can enroll in the new CHDS Supply Chain Resilience Self-Study Course designed by Phil Palin. This two-hour course provides learners with a conceptual framing of supply chain behavior, risk, sources of resilience, and one method for self-assessing the risk and resilience of regional demand and supply networks.
The course is free. Access is granted to local, tribal, territorial, state, and federal U.S. government officials; members of the U.S. military; corporate homeland security managers or contractors; homeland security researchers or educators; and students currently enrolled in homeland security degree programs. Learn more and enroll.