The Impact of Biden Administration Policies on Global Supply Chain Management

3 key policy implications for supply chain

Upon assuming office in 2021, U.S. President Joe Biden announced the “Biden Plan” to rebuild U.S.-based supply chains through the use of the U.S. federal government's purchasing power to drive investments in U.S. supply chains.

Download our research to explore the three key policy implications of the Biden administration and how they will impact global supply chain management:

  • U.S. Federal Purchasing Power and Labor Policy
  • Commitment to environmental issues
  • International relations and policy

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    Trends in Global Supply Chain Management

    Global supply networks are complex, multitiered and often include highly specialized players in lower tiers that cannot be substituted easily. Visibility into extended supply bases has generally been poor. This is all an obstacle to effective global supply chain management, and that’s before any supply chain disruption occurs.

    The fast-changing business environment puts new demands on global supply chain management. Gartner knows the keys to effective global supply chain management, and provides the practical, data-driven insights you need to balance cost-efficiency with supply chain resilience.

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