The United States and Canada have released a "Roadmap for a Renewed U.S.-Canada Partnership," focusing on defense cooperation and supply chain security. Since World War II, the two nations have collaborated on defense procurement, creating an integrated supply chain that supports shared defense and security objectives in North America. The Defense Production Sharing Agreement allows Canadian contractors to compete on U.S. defense contracts, and DFARS 225.870 outlines the contracting approach with Canada. With the rise of global supply chain risks, this partnership has become even more important for modernizing defense and addressing global challenges.
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