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President Biden’s announcement of the White House Council on Supply Chain Resilience comes with more than 30 new actions and over $500 million allocated to mitigate drug shortages, share supply chain data, and support access to reliable energy and critical technology.

From the Department of Agriculture’s $196 million to strengthen domestic food supply chains to the Department of Energy’s $275 million for its Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grant Program, the announcement will have significant implications for public-private partnerships and critical supply chains in the United States.

Transportation, energy, agriculture, tech, retail, manufacturing, defense, and healthcare sectors will be impacted, among many others. Multiple agencies in the public sector will also be affected, including the Department of Energy, Department of Commerce, Department of Transport, Food and Drug Administration, and more. Swift action and risk management are essential so organizations can stay informed, monitor what is happening across federal agencies, and take action.

Watch our recorded webinar to explore the impact of these initiatives. This on-demand webinar will provide insights into the investments and forward-thinking strategies shaping the evolution of supply chain resilience.

Experts will discuss:

  • The role the newly founded White House Council on Supply Chain Resilience will play in bolstering supply chains across the government landscape
  • The implications of President Biden’s supply chain actions, their potential effects on pricing structures, and how they could impact your organization
  • The allocation of federal funds to enhance data transparency and promote stability in key sectors like energy, transportation, and healthcare
  • How you can leverage this historic federal investment to optimize your organization’s supply chain operations


Niels Lesniewski is the chief correspondent covering the White House and Congress for CQ and Roll Call. Based at the White House since 2020, Niels spent a decade covering Senate leadership and policy on Capitol Hill for both CQ and Roll Call audiences, and he previously authored the CQ Senate newsletter. He’s recognized as an expert on Senate procedure. Niels started at what is now CQ Roll Call in 2007, working for a legislative tracking service owned by The Economist Group. Born in Rhode Island and raised in Connecticut, he holds degrees in Theatre and Government from Hamilton College in upstate New York.

Joshua Haecker is FiscalNote’s head of product, global intelligence. He oversees product development and strategy across FiscalNote’s global intelligence suite of products. Josh helped start Predata to tackle the challenges of understanding the internet beyond the realm of traditional social monitoring. Prior to founding Predata, Josh spent 10 years in the intelligence community focused on SIGINT tradecraft and analysis—both in the military and as a civilian.