Supply Chain News: Plan to Revitalize American Manufacturing and Secure Critical Supply Chains in 2022
On the one-year anniversary of the executive order on supply chains, the Administration published reports on how to address weaknesses in U.S. supply chains.
America’s Supply Chains: Plan to Revitalize American Manufacturing and Secure Critical Supply Chains in 2022
February 24, 2022
One year ago, President Biden signed Executive Order 14017 directing an all-of-government approach to assessing vulnerabilities in – and strengthening the resilience of – the United States’ critical supply chains. Within six months of taking office, the Administration completed a comprehensive review of the supply chains for four critical products, identified solutions to secure those supply chains against a wide range of risks and vulnerabilities, and established a first-of-its-kind Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force (SCDTF) to address the challenges arising from a pandemic-affected economic recovery.
On the one-year anniversary of President Biden’s executive order, seven cabinet agencies published reports identifying key weaknesses in some of the nation’s most crucial supply chains, and devising multi-year strategies to address those weaknesses. The White House also published a capstone report that provides an overview of the key actions the Biden-Harris Administration has taken over the past year to reduce the vulnerability of U.S. supply chains across a range of key sectors.
Review the White House capstone report.
Check out the White House press release, including links to the seven agency reports.
Read the White House statement from National Economic Council Director Brian Deese on this progress.
Review the Department of Transportation’s press release on how to strengthen supply chains and revitalize the economy.