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1. Yes, There is a Trend
(Technology)
... global supply chain. The US Department of Homeland Security  is adding staff to look into securing the government supply chain with blockchain. These are only the large players in the blockchain development ...
Created on 28 August 2018
2. Keeping the Government Supply Chain Secure
(News)
According to FCW.com, the Department of Homeland Security wants to additional personnel to help keep the government supply chain secure.   Read the articleon FCW.com  ...
Created on 16 July 2018
3. What does crypto currency have to do with the supply chain?
(Management)
... a secure data structure. Cyber currencies are interesting as boundryless money exchanges free from governmental effects. Supply chain visibility depends on secure storage of data in ways that can be reliably ...
Created on 12 March 2018
4. Blockchain Obstacles and Opportunities
(Technology)
... a centralized administrator—such as a bank, government or credit card clearinghouse—to manage transactions, blockchain validates the transactions, organizes them into time-stamped blocks, securely chains ...
Created on 01 January 2018
5. Electronic Signatures Help Supply Chain
(News)
According to EBN, the federal government has approved the use of DocuSign, which means it is now a ‘must have’ for business, not just a ‘nice to have’. The ability to have documents signed electronically ...
Created on 13 November 2017
6. Building Smart Cities
(News)
When we look at IoT and 'Big Data', we naturally have an interest in both consumer and industrial applications. However, government is getting into the act in a big way as well.On the Embedded Compute ...
Created on 04 January 2016
7. What is an XPL?
(Logistics)
... d-to-end tracking of containers system which will allow government agencies to receive information on container shipments (all part of the process). Outsourcing is often taking a set of work, tasks, respons ...
Created on 17 November 2015
8. Advanced EDI Documents You Should Be Using
(EDI)
...  to CBSA. This communication method requires an initial investment of $25,000 (+/-5,000) to set-up and 6,000 (+/- 2,000) in annual maintenance fees. Government requirements (from the government) and view ...
Created on 10 August 2015
9. Why VANs are Important to the Transportation/3PL Industry
(Logistics)
... in the 3PL industry.   Now let's introduce governmental agencies. 3PLs must (increasingly) communicate to customs and border-crossing organizations. These agencies many times specify VANs for simplicity ...
Created on 06 August 2015
10. SupplierPay is Working
(News)
A government initiative that works? It does happen, and SupplierPay seems to be a good example.Helping small suppliers get paid more quickly is a great goal and research shows it's working, according t ...
Created on 25 March 2015
11. Supply Chain Risk Research
(News)
According to new research by BSI, supply chain complexity is driving manufacturers nuts in some sectors of the economy. Natural disasters, government instability, and other continuity issues are top of ...
Created on 24 March 2015
12. Explanation of EDI and How It Came To Be
(EDI)
... rds. They are wrapping a lot more under the term EDI. Today, EDI encompasses all forms of B2B data communication, conversion, integration, collaboration, validation, translation, forecasting, government compli ...
Created on 13 March 2015
13. Iceland Hot On Electronic Invoicing
(Management)
In an attempt to cut costs and improve the efficiency of governmental agencies, the government of Iceland recently announced its switch to business-to-government electronic invoicing. A press release issued ...
Created on 09 March 2015
14. Top Ten Concerns For Global Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Analyzed
(Supply)
... employed by non-profits or governmental entities and an individual who toils in logistics on a global level, she says. Based on information gleaned from those interviews, a survey asking respondents to ...
Created on 02 March 2015
15. ec-bp.com's Best of 2014
(Blogs)
... E-Invoicing” (read HERE) and “Number of European E-Invoices Skyrockets” (read HERE). E-invoicing is obviously a topic that affects a lot of us and will only grow in importance as more government and hub ...
Created on 19 December 2014
16. Electronic Invoicing On The Upswing Worldwide
(Management)
... opted for it both to reduce the use of paper and streamline government processes. Because of that, the pending mandate will not impact small businesses, at least for now. January 1, 2015 is an important ...
Created on 05 December 2014
17. IoT in Government
(News)
When I think of the Internet of Things (IoT), government doesn't usually come to mind. However, the 'Smart City' approach is one way that governments are jumping on the bandwagon.Jacob Parcell, in a DigitalG ...
Created on 05 November 2014
18. Swiss To Diss Paper Invoices
(Management)
The Swiss Federal Council recently decreed that as of January 1, 2016, suppliers will be required to submit electronic invoices to the government if the value exceeds 5,000 Swiss Francs. All sectors of ...
Created on 31 October 2014
19. Is China Outgrowing the World?
(Management)
... inly make a difference. What isn't covered in the report is what proportion of this increased spending and focus on digital transformation is coming from government as opposed to private sector funding. ...
Created on 17 October 2014
20. Turkey Slicing Its Way Into The E-Invoicing Format
(Management)
... to one another, the government is involved in Turkey. In that nation, the TRA acts as the system hub, so that issuers send their e-invoices to the TRA, who then forwards them to the correct recipient via ...
Created on 08 October 2014