Supply chain delays have affected holiday shopping, home building, car manufacturing, and anyone buying groceries. What is the cause, or causes, of the delays? No doubt there are numerous contributing factors, including COVID-related closures and staffing issues, outdated infrastructure, and regulatory issues, to name a few. Some factors are transitory and have already begun to be resolved. Others are more deep-seated and, if unaddressed, could threaten American competitiveness for many years. Join BPC for a virtual discussion sorting the short-term from the long-term and identifying the different types of actions that must be taken by public and private stakeholders.
Panel discussion with:
Roger Cryan, Ph.D
Chief Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation
William P. Doyle
Executive Director, Maryland Port Administration
VP President of Government Affairs, National Small Business Association
Assistant General Counsel and Government Affairs Liaison, Association of American Railroads
VP Strategic Initiatives, Bipartisan Policy Center
In light of restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, BPC events have shifted to all remote formats, such as video teleconferences or calls.