Material Handling & Logistics,
A new amendment to the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation
Supplement, announced last week, will affect about 65,000 small
businesses and organizations, both private and public.
JD Supra Business Advisor, Barron Avery
On, August 2, 2016, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) issued a Final
Rule aimed at detecting and avoiding counterfeit electronic parts in the
DoD supply chain.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive, Bindiya Vakil
Brexit created a major global paradigm shift in many ways: It
potentially destabilized the U.K. (resurgence of Scotland independence
referendum worries), put the European Union (EU) at risk (potentially
emboldened leave movements in other EU countries) and arguably slowed
Securing Industry, Phil Taylor
The US Department of Defense has published new rules to help prevent counterfeit electronic parts ending up in military systems.
The final version of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation
Supplement (DFARS) - published this week - will "strengthen the
integrity of the process for acquisition of electronic parts and
benefits both the government and contractors," according to the Federal Register notice.