In December 2021, we announced Joe Beyer – NXP Semiconductors’ internal/registrar audit director – as the newest member of the AIAG Quality Steering Committee (QSC). Today, just over a year later, we’re excited to share another update as Joe takes on new challenges as the committee’s co-chair.Read More
The German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act went into effect on January 1, 2023, to help address human rights in the supply chain.Read More
AIAG’s Corporate Responsibility team says “thank you” to all of our volunteers for another fruitful year. We offer a special thank-you to those who gave so freely of their energy, resources, experience, and expertise in 2022.Read More
Tech executive puts supply chain risk at the top of a list of cybersecurity trends to watch in the year ahead.
From malware to ransomware and everything in between, hackers are everywhere these days, putting businesses, consumers, and governments at ever-increasing risk of cyberattack. Supply chains top the list of prime targets heading into 2023, according to a list of seven cybersecurity trends to watch from encryption technology company NordLocker.Read More
If you haven't visited our updated Training Store yet, now's the time! With just weeks to go until we ring in 2023, we're looking forward to a full schedule of courses in the coming year.Read More
Originally developed for the automotive industry in the 1980s, the Quality Core Tools – i.e., APQP, PPAP, FMEA, MSA, and SPC – are the building blocks of an effective quality management system.Read More
Free for AIAG members and just $25 per person for non-members, these recordings are only available for a limited time, so don’t miss out! Simply click the linked titles below to learn more and register today:Read More
In the lead up to this year’s Supply Chain + Trade Compliance Summit, we looked forward to hearing from the innovators and leaders driving new technologies and changing the world as we know it. From those steering the electric revolution and implementing new supply chain risk strategies, to others mapping future U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) initiatives and leading the charge on human rights, this vision became a reality at our November 3rd event as we explored, “The Supply Chain [R]Evolution: Meeting Tomorrow’s Opportunities Today.”Read More
The US and EU have ramped up their enforcement initiatives to eliminate forced labor in supply chains. Importers, particularly in the fashion, electronics, solar, and automotive industries, should review the updated DOL List of Goods Made with Child Labor or Forced Labor for potential future CBP enforcement targets.
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) programs have gotten a great deal of attention in recent years, in part due to the proliferation of regulations in the United States and Europe. Given the increased regulatory requirements, it is imperative that companies be proactive in monitoring current and emerging ESG regulations to ensure compliance and remain competitive.