Since the turn of the millennium, pandemics, heat waves, wildfires, floods, cyberattacks, supply chain interruptions, and other crises have deeply stressed governments, communities, businesses, and individuals around the world.
This new report addresses how best to collaborate across government and industry among the three AUKUS nations—Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States—in order to implement this historically important security agreement effectively.
In response to multiple outlays of funds to help address the impact of the pandemic, states have used federal recovery funds for a diverse set of activities, including to replenish lost revenue, address negative economic impacts, and improve program outcomes. This diversity of uses reflects the extraordinary and broad-ranging impacts from COVID-19.
We brought together leaders and experts from government, business, academia, and the nonprofit sector to share learnings and develop practical and actionable recommendations for governments on the topic of resilient supply chains.