When given the flexibility to do so, businesses around the country can adapt and be creative to meet the needs of their community during a crisis. The latest example is L.L. Bean. The clothing company responded to a call from their native Maine to produce masks, shields, gowns, and booties to protect health care providers battling COVID-19. They have the capacity to make as many as 5,000 masks per shift, offering relief to medical professionals and patients alike. Watch this video released by the Foundation for Government Accountability to learn more.