COVID-19 has been particularly disruptive for many supply chains. Chicago Booth's Nicole DeHoratius explains that while supply-chain-management professionals do plan for, and have experience with, disaster scenarios, most such events are local or regional rather than global. For some supply chains, one solution has been to prevail upon the government to permit an unusual level of cooperation to help make sure supplies are getting where they're most needed.

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