National Supply Chain Office kicks off with virtual forum

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Last Friday, the Minister of Transport, the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, announced officially the establishment of the National Supply Chain Office, led by Assistant Deputy Minister Robert Dick. This initiative is supported by an investment of $27.2 million from Budget 2023. In collaboration with industry, labour, Indigenous groups and other levels of government, the Office will work to increase efficiency and resiliency across our supply chains, including mitigating impacts from disruptions. While details on the mandate are included in the news release, there is an open invitation to industry stakeholders to join the inaugural National Supply Chain Forum, a virtual event to be held on December 15th at 09:00 PST.  This virtual event marks the beginning of a series aimed at providing insights into federal processes and initiatives touching on supply chains, enhancing transparency within our supply chain community, and offering a dedicated avenue for supply chain participants to ask questions. Click here to register.

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