Tuesday, April 26th | NASA HQ & Virtual | Washington D.C.
NASA celebrates Supply Chain Integrity Month with live sessions. These will take place in the James E. Webb Auditorium at NASA HQ, as well as virtually on the FBC platform. The event is open to all Government and Industry personnel with an interest in Supply Chain Integrity. The audience will be a mix of NASA civil servants, contractors and participants from NASA partner organizations (e.g. NOAA). Those in attendance will be involved with supply chain, as well as Information System Owners (ISOs), Information System Security Officials (ISSOs), Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and acquisition professionals. This is due to COVID-10 protocols. Consequently, live attendance is limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The unifying theme for this year’s event is: Identifying and Protecting NASAs Crown Jewels through Resilient Partnerships. We are excited to announce Exiger President Brandon Daniels will lend his expertise by leading a session:
The Fight to Secure Global Supply Chains
Our supply chains have been severely strained due to the continued effects of COVID-19, devastating conflicts like the ongoing Russia-Ukraine situation, and persistent cyberattacks on critical infrastructure.
He will share real world examples of how the government agencies and companies have been able to detect, quantify and mitigate supply chain risk in 24 hours throughout several of the most volatile geopolitical and supply chain disruptions in history. Daniels will outline vital steps organizations must take to meet the urgent imperative to protect global supply chains, including how to:
- Proactively identify and illuminate risk and potential disruptions in real-time – before they impact the supply chain
- Avoid supply disruption, enforce sanctions, identify bottlenecks in supply and recognize potentially illicit goods
- Discover supplier networks across digital footprints, global shipping data and contract awards data to gain unparalleled transparency into supplier risk
- Visualize, prioritize and escalate high risk relationships
- Leverage data sharing to close legacy gaps around the domestic flow of goods