On the 08 April 2020, AISCR held a webinar to review and provide input on…
On the 13th October 2020, the College of Economic and Management Sciences (CEMS) at UNISA and AISCR hosted a Supply Chain Management Virtual Summit. The purpose of the summit was to share executive insight into how countries in Africa managed their supply chain practices during Covid-19. The summit further provided opportunities for supply chain practitioners to establish the challenges encountered with Covid-19 supply chain and lessons learned from a continental perspective.
COVID-19 presents an unprecedented and extended emergency impacting the global economy. Supply chain management is at the forefront of the response to COVID-19 and it is fundamental to socio-economic development. Therefore, governments around the world developed emergency procurement policies to procure goods, works and services to control the spread of the virus and save lives. However, there have been concerns about the state of government financial controls in the continent with Covid-19 emergency spending amid high level of corruption.
Gain access to the recordings of the SCM 2020 Virtual summit
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- Link to CEMS Lets talk pdf article
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