The Policy Supply Chain: Conflict Minerals and Preparing for Mandated Ethical Sourcing [PRO]

In the first brief in this research series, Economic and Policy Supply Chain: The “Non-Invisible Hand”, we covered the increasing importance for procurement organizations of looking at economic and policy issues focused on the “Non-Invisible Hand” as we termed it. As we continue our analysis, we will turn our attention to the role not only of specific legislation (such as Dodd-Frank or specifically, Conflict Minerals) on procurement organizations, but also a major policy shift that has already taken place that mandates ethical sourcing compliance.

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