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Andrew Petrisin
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Andrew Petrisin

Supply Chain Advisor
Andrew Petrisin serves at the Supply Chain Advisor at USDOT. His focus is building the administrative and policy backbone for both for the short and long-term policy, organizational, and administrative changes necessary to make the country's goods movement system more efficient and resilient. This includes leading the development of the Freight Logistics Optimization Works (“FLOW”) effort to improve data sharing and transparency across the supply chain enterprise and development of the Office of Multimodal Freight Infrastructure and Policy Office (“Freight Office”) as part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Implementation. Andrew previously worked in alternative delivery, procurement, and federal funding delivery. Andrew graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.
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Tuesday, May 09, 2023 / 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM EDT
Case Study: Understanding FLOW (Freight Logistics Optimization Work): The Business Need and Benefits

Supply chain parties deserve predictable and accurate information about goods movement. The recent supply chain disruptions have raised a national awareness of the need for an ability to optimize existing assets through improved information exchange. To lay the groundwork for long-term supply fluidity and commercial benefit, the Biden Administration created a novel federal initiative, including stakeholders from both the public and private sector – Freight Logistics Optimization Works (FLOW). Done well, this initiative will support American businesses throughout the supply chain, using improved visibility throughout.

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