Administration Creates Supply Chain Resilience Center

DHS secretary outlines disruptive dynamics against which the center is intended to protect the supply chain.

President Joe Biden and Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced the new Supply Chain Resilience Center this week, creating a new government entity within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The leaders made this announcement at the inaugural meeting of the White House Council on Supply Chain Resilience, saying that the new center will be a place for the government to collaborate more closely with the private sector to strengthen America’s supply chains.

“The global pandemic has revealed that the supply chains that Americans rely upon for food and essential other goods must be more robust and resilient,” said Secretary Mayorkas. “Conflict, political instability, and climate change could challenge our supply chains in the years ahead. The Supply Chain Resilience Center will help American businesses and the federal government anticipate these disruptions and play a key role in the Biden-Harris Administration’s work to prevent them.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For DHS officials as they seek to support the U.S. supply chain and prevent disruptions.
  • For the president and homeland security secretary as they collaborate with private industry on the nation’s supply chain.
  • For Under Secretary Robert Silvers and Acting Assistant Secretary Christa Brzozowski as they oversee the Supply Chain Resilience Center.

Sources: Department of Homeland Security


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