Network-Centric Security for Canada-U.S. Supply Chains
— Published on September 7, 2005
For the next stage of post-September 11 supply chain security, Canada and the United States can better protect their mutual freight flows against terrorist penetration by engaging the logistics system on its own operational terms. A network-centric approach would match real-time data flows with cargo that is constantly moving through numerous hands and dispersed geographically across the globe.
More from this study
Subscribe to the Fraser Institute
Get the latest news from the Fraser Institute on the latest research studies, news and events.