Reducing Fraud, Waste, and Abuse in International Aid Supply Chains Using Blockchain
Supply chains are an integral part of manufacturing, disaster management, charity, as well as many other sectors. Currently, supply chains are susceptible to many potential inefficiencies. For example, supply chains are prone to be affected by fraud, waste and abuse. Hence, this project seeks to explain how the implementation of smart contracts and block coupled with Internet of Things (IoT) to solve the inefficiencies currently existing within the supply chain, using development aid as an example.
Blackwood, Ilana, "Reducing Fraud, Waste, and Abuse in International Aid Supply Chains Using Blockchain" (2021). IPHS 300: Artificial Intelligence for the Humanities: Text, Image, and Sound. Paper 28.
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