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At a time when people rightly lament a lack of women leaders in supply chain roles, a logistics company and regional Girl Scouts council are teaming up to bake important supply chain lessons into a beloved activity that for decades has introduced girls to leadership skills.

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Massive Breach Shines Light on Cyber-Vulnerabilities

Suspected Russian hackers had roamed the networks of the National Nuclear Security Administration for months, and concerns grew that the threat could extend to private-sector supply chain data, as well.

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By the Numbers

180

That is how many cyberattacks were launched against federal agency supply chains — as of a year ago. The U.S. Government Accountability Office this month reported that, since then, the majority of federal agencies it examined "had not implemented any of the seven selected foundational practices for managing information and communications technology supply chain risks." 

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"While governments have spied on each other for centuries, the recent attackers used a technique that has put at risk the technology supply chain for the broader economy."

— Microsoft President Brad Smith blogging about a "broad and successful espionage-based assault on both the confidential information of the U.S. government and the tech tools used by firms to protect them."

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