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Effective Compliance Solutions For:
International Human Supply Chains
Combating Human Trafficking
Securing Human Dignity

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More than 20 million men, women, and children are victims of severe forms of human trafficking.

The Bush and Obama Administrations tirelessly sought greater public awareness of this global scourge, and with strong bipartisan support were adamant that US tax dollars never, ever be used to support human trafficking in its many forms – bonded labor, forced labor, child labor, sex trafficking.

This zero tolerance policy gained teeth in early 2015 with enhancements to the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), which now require many federal contractors to certify their human trafficking compliance when awarded contracts, and periodically throughout contract performance.

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The United States has a particular duty to fight this scourge because
trafficking in persons is an affront to the principles of human dignity
and liberty, upon which this nation was founded.

– Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

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Defeating human trafficking is a great moral calling of our time, and
under President Bush's leadership, the United States is leading a new
abolitionist movement to end the sordid trade in human beings.

– Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

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Today we are again called by conscience to end the debasement of
our fellow men and women. As in the 19th century, committed abolitionists
around the world have come together in a global movement to confront this
repulsive crime. President George W. Bush has committed the United States
Government to lead in combating this serious 21st century challenge.

– Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

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The United States Government has a particular duty, because human
trafficking is an affront to the defining promise of our country.

– President George W. Bush

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Trade in human beings continues in our time, and we are called by
conscience and compassion to bring this cruel practice to an end.

– President George W. Bush

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Trade in human beings brings suffering to the innocent and shame to
our country, and we will lead the fight against it.

– President George W. Bush

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American tax dollars must never, ever be used to support the trafficking
of human beings.  We will have zero tolerance.  We mean what we say. 
We will enforce it.

– President Barack Obama

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People from all walks of life are trafficked every day, and the
United States is committed to remaining a leader in the global
movement to end this abhorrent practice.

– President Barack Obama

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It's stunning, it’s outrageous that even today, the magnitude of the
human trafficking challenge cannot be overstated.

– Secretary of State John Kerry

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I’ll direct the federal agencies that have a role in preventing human trafficking
to take a hard look at the resources and personnel that they’re currently
devoting to this fight.  Now they are devoting a lot, but we’re going to be
devoting more.

– President Donald Trump

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I want to make it clear today that my administration will focus on ending
the absolutely horrific practice of human trafficking. I am prepared to bring
the full force and weight of our government … whatever we can do, in
order to solve this horrific problem.

– President Donald Trump