Supply Chain Resilience Guide

Supply Chain Resilience Guide

 

In recent years the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have engaged with state, local, tribal and territorial partners, private sector, civic sector, and the academic community in a series of innovative interactions to enhance supply chain resilience. This guide reflects the issues explored and the lessons (still being) learned from this process. The guide is designed to help emergency managers at every level think through the challenge and opportunity presented by supply chain resilience. Specific suggestions are made related to research, outreach, and action.

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Resource Details

Authors:
FEMA/DHS

Published:
April 2019

Length:
44 pages

Tags:
Community Lifelines
Supply Chain Resilience

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
Purpose
Background
Supply Chain Defined
Supply Chain Resilience
Supply Chains and Emergency Management
Community Lifelines

SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE PROCESS
Overview
Phase 1: Research and Mapping
Phase 2: Analysis
Phase 3: Outreach
Phase 4: Action
Phase 5: Assess and Refine

CONNECTION TO LOGISTICS PLANNING
Overview
Considerations
Supply Source
Distribution Points
Inventory
Access and Re-entry
Routes
Fuel
Transportation Operators

APPENDIX A. DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT
Requesting DPA Priority Ratings
Establishing a Voluntary Agreement

APPENDIX B. COMMUNITY LIFELINE FRAMEWORK
Safety and Security
Food, Water, Sheltering
Health and Medical
Energy (Power & Fuel)
Communications
Transportation
Hazardous Material

APPENDIX C. SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE ENGAGEMENT CHECKLIST
APPENDIX D. COMPLEX SUPPLY CHAIN EXAMPLE

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