U.S. News & World Report, Associated Press
Prosecutors say a Las Vegas business owner was sentenced Monday in San Diego to six months in federal prison for conspiring to import counterfeit cellphone parts from China to the United States.
News 3 Las Vegas, Matthew Seeman
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — A Las Vegas business owner was sentenced to six months in prison this week for importing nearly $1.5 million in counterfeit electronics from China, according to federal prosecutors.
JDSupra, Susan Ebner
Supply chain risks are on the rise. Protecting the supply chain is a critical aspect of our national security, health and public safety. Whether parts are electronic or not, if they aren’t what they are represented to be, don’t do what they are supposed to do, or do things that they’re not supposed to do, then they pose real, tangible risks...
Federal News Networks, Eric White
Acquisition authorities made a proposed rule final — to keep phony parts out of systems the government buys. It’s been a long time coming. Congress in 2012 mandated that Defense contractors and subcontractors report counterfeit or suspected fakes into a central database.