Supply Chain Risk Management Standard
- Published on August 2, 2012
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
ASIS International is a professional society focused on security matters and based out of Alexandria, VA. They have formed a technical committee to write a new US (ANSI) standard on supply chain risk management. I am a member of that committee, representing ASQ interests.
Our task is to take an existing draft and turn it into something for all to use. The draft was produced a year ago by the Supply Chain Risk Leadership Council. It was based on the principles of ISO 31000, the international standard on risk management. It is a practitioner's guide to supply chain risk management and associated processes.
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