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BlogFeb 1

The Portable Model: the Path to Mutually Beneficial Due Diligence

Due diligence requirements are more comprehensive than ever, with companies and intermediaries facing pressure from regulators with varying legal requirements and increasing consequences for non-compliance.....
BlogJan 26

SCDDA Perspective: The German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act in Context

Faced with the continual flow of regulation produced by legislation all over the world, global companies must react effectively or...
BlogJan 25

How Carbon Capture Complicates Supply Chain Management

Companies face global challenges in reducing emissions as climate change effects become more severe....
BlogJan 23

SCDDA Perspective: The Impact of the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act on US Companies

The New Year dawns with a few clouds on the horizon for U.S. business. Economic uncertainty continues and the workforce...
BlogJan 19

SCDDA Perspective: The Compliance Roadmap for the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act

Beginning on January 1, 2023, large companies based in or conducting business in Germany, and all their direct suppliers, need...
BlogJan 19

Mitigating the Effects of a Recession on Your Third-Party Network

Over the past few months, the headlines have been filled with sparring opinions on whether or not the global economy...
BlogJan 10

Leave No Partner Behind: Welcome to the New Standard of Third-Party Management

It’s undeniable that the challenges of the past few years have transformed how businesses operate, andthat transformation extends to third-party...
BlogDec 14

Read Blog: Ongoing Sanctions Demand Supply Chain Vigilance

Ongoing Sanctions Demand Supply Chain Vigilance In the 21st century, some of the most powerful weapons employed against aggressive nations, rogue...
BlogDec 14

Enhanced Due Diligence in Aerospace: Managing Bribery and Crime Risk

Author: James Swenson, Managing Director, Ethixbase  Addressing Bribery and Crime Risk in Aerospace Aerospace companies are particularly exposed to bribery...