Resilience 2022: Federal & Government Supply Chain Infographic

June 2, 2022

Resilience 2022: Download the Federal & Government Infographic

Interos surveyed more than 300 supply chain leaders from Federal/Government organizations as part of Resilience 2022, the second edition of our Annual Global Supply Chain Report. Our study dimensions the continued impacts of global supply chain disruptions on federal and government organizations, and explores their plans to combat it. Interos has assembled key findings from federal/government respondents into the infographic below, which is also available as a downloadable PDF.

Federal organizations were impacted by multiple significant supply chain disruptions during the past year costing on average, costing a combined $181 million in lost revenue per organization.

  • Disruption causes were split evenly between financial, operational, cyber, ESG and other risk categories. Most organizations were impacted by sub-tier supplier issues where they have limited visibility
  • Just 56% of a Federal organization’s suppliers are typically evaluated during risk analysis exercises
  • Supply chain risk management and operational resilience demand collective responsibility, collaboration and information sharing with both internal functions and external suppliers and strategic partners. Most federal executives acknowledge they need to do a better job on all fronts

Other key findings of the Interos Resilience 2022 survey include:

  • 3/5 of federal/government organizations plan to make wholesale changes to their supply chain footprint
  • 83% of federal respondents plan to implement or introduce technology in next 12 months to gain visibility into their supply chains
  • Only 9% of federal organizations currently monitor supplier risk on a continuous basis

Hit the download button below to for a PDF of the infographic or keep scrolling to view as an image. You can also click here to download the full survey report.



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