Advancing The Dialogue About Supply Chain Risks

By Michael Mason, Robert Taylor, Stacy Hadeka and William Kirkwood (February 15, 2019, 4:37 PM EST) -- At a June 2018 House Armed Services Committee hearing, the U.S. Department of Defense announced its "Deliver Uncompromised" initiative, which aims to "establish security as a fourth pillar in acquisition, on par with cost, schedule and performance, and to create incentives for industry to embrace security, not as a 'cost center,' but as a key differentiator."

There is now a need for a robust dialogue between the U.S. government and the aerospace, defense and government services, or ADG, contractor community[1] about how to effectively address supply chain security risk without overburdening contractors — and, in turn, taxpayers.

The challenge of ensuring...

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