COVID-19 has fundamentally transformed the way in which people and goods move across borders. As governments across the world work to reopen their borders, reengage in the global economy, and develop the technology and operating models required to thrive in the post-COVID-19 world economy, security—border, economic, health, and supply chain—has taken center stage. Through Supply Chain Resilience, Digital Travel & Health Credentials, and Global Customs & Trade, Deloitte offers a robust solution set for governments to establish and maintain trust, increase resiliency, restart economies, and enhance the citizen experience.
Organizations across multiple sectors are reliant on highly specialized, geographically disaggregated supply chains that are at risk of disruption. This is heightened because of the historical prioritization of efficiency over resilience and limited visibility into complex supplier networks. Deloitte’s Supply Chain Resilience capabilities provide clients with insight into their multi-tiered, multi-geography supply chain vulnerabilities and actionable steps to minimize exposure, reduce supply chain risk, and leverage opportunities.
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