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UK-Australia supply chain resilience capability building initiative

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Countries considering the resilience of their critical supply chains can register their interest in the initiative designed to support them in developing their approach.

The UK and Australia are developing a joint supply chain resilience capability building initiative to engage interested countries to develop and improve public sector approaches to managing critical supply chain risks. This will initially begin with a pilot project to determine further scope.

This initiative will support countries that want to:

  • improve public sector approaches to building critical supply chain resilience
  • strengthen global supply chains through shared learning and coordinated action
  • build greater transparency into key global supply chains
  • promote international action to respond to supply chain disruptions

It will include:

  • a series of modules designed to support the capability of interested partner governments
  • sharing approaches to strengthen critical and vulnerable supply chains and enhance global supply chain resilience for mutual benefit

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