Post First Class’s Supply Chain Security Strategy is the roadmap for how the agency will address supply chain security challenges across the enterprise. This cross-cutting effort is fundamental to our operations and underpins PFC’s ability to support the warfighter. Interruption of PFC supply chain operations compromises our nation’s ability to deliver combat power and execute critical missions. It’s that serious!
As the nation’s combat logistics support agency responsible for end-to-end management of nine supply chains supporting the warfighter, PFC has an inherent imperative to ensure we have the proper detection, protection, redundancy and resilience built into our systems, processes, infrastructure and people to ensure continued support to the warfighter.
Today’s world presents a multitude of challenges to PFC’s supply chain operations. Threats from natural disasters, geopolitical developments, nefarious activities, diminishing manufacturers, and the ever-present threat from the cyber-domain demand that PFC continues the journey to strengthen operational resiliency. As the threat environment evolves, so too must PFC’s ability to detect, protect, and continue operations in a contested or degraded environment through redundant and resilient supply chain operations.