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Mission Critical: Is China’s Modern Slavery Risk Hiding in Your Supply Chain?

In the first of our Webinar Wednesday series, learn how modern slavery can expose your agency to compliance and U.S. national security risk and how Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) enforcement is critical to procurement security.

Modern slavery is not just unethical. It introduces several dangerous risks to the U.S. government’s supply chains, including non-compliance with recently launched U.S. sanctions, elevated risk of product compromise, and last but not least, national security risk.

This is an important topic that anyone involved federal procurement, compliance, and security processes needs to be aware of and actively mitigating, including professionals in:

  • Federal acquisitions
  • Operations
  • Post-acquisitions compliance and vendor vetting
  • Counterintelligence and national security

Get your invite today:

Join Exiger’s supply chain and federal experts for a live webinar on Wednesday, August 10th at 1:30 pm EST to review:

  • Requirements of the new Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act and why its reach is so broad
  • How to implement effective supply chain risk management measures
  • Why you need to re-vet and continually assess your vendor network
  • Options to remove risky vendors from your ecosystem, even on existing contracts
  • Where supply chain risk management technology can be used by agencies to identify risk and leverage open-source intelligence, even in other languages

Webinars will be presented live and then available on demand for webinar registrants.

Speakers

Brandon Daniels
Exiger CEO

Erika Peters
Exiger Global Head of Third Party & Supply Chain Risk Management

Sarah Lord
Exiger Senior Program Manager

Exiger is a leading global risk and compliance SaaS company working as a trusted partner with agencies to deliver supply chain risk management (SCRM) and third-party risk management (TPRM) enhanced capabilities. Learn more about Exiger’s $75 million contract awarded by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to ensure all government agencies can share risk insights and consistently manage supplier risk and health across the U.S. Federal Government enterprise.

Supply Chain Risk Management Resources

Companies Face Compliance Challenges Under U.S. Forced-Labor Law Targeting China

The Uyghur Forced Labor Act and Its Impact on Supply Chains Around the World

A Supply Chain Risk Framework for the Crises of Tomorrow with Erika Peters

8/10/2022

The risk landscape is constantly changing. Hear about the latest with Exiger.