The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Trafficking in Persons last week issued a request for information on forced labor in health care supply chains to inform implementation of the National Strategy for a Resilient Public Health Supply Chain and related efforts on forced labor. The request was published in the June 23 Federal Register with a 30-day comment period.  
 

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