By Kaitlyn McAvoy, Editor-at-Large, Spend Matters | March 14, 2016

With the recent passage of the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015, which bans the U.S. from accepting imports produced by slave or child workers, companies will have to start digging further down in their supply chain to investigate whether this forced labor exists. According to Mickey North Rizza, vice president of strategic services at BravoSolution, companies need to start preparing now for enforcement of this new trade act, and that begins with mapping your supply chain to identify areas of risk.

Companies need to take a look at not only their tier 1 suppliers but also tier 2 and tier 3 suppliers and gain a higher level of visibility into every partner in the supply chain…

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