ST-01: Industry Response to Counterfeits: An Overview of the Industry Standards
Class Overview
Several industry groups have developed and issued standards to address the issue of counterfeit electronic parts and materiel entering the supply chain.  These standards have been developed for organizations throughout the supply chain. These standards are also being flowed-down to suppliers.  This class will discuss the various standards setting organizations, their respective standards and the application of those standards.
Class Content
  • Standards Setting Organizations
    • SAE
    • IDEA
    • IEC
    • CTI, Inc. (CCAP)
  • Standards Developed for Manufacturers and Integrators
    • SAE AS5553
    • SAE ARP6328
    • SAE AS6462
    • SAE AS6174
    • SAE AS6886
    • IEC TS 62668
  • Standards Developed for Distributors
    • SAE AS6081
    • SAE AS6301
    • SAE ARP6178
    • SAE AS6496
    • CAAP
  • Standards Developed for Counterfeit Detection Test Methods
    • SAE AS6171
    • IDEA-STD-1010B
    • CCAP
  • Application of Standards within your Organization
    • Best Practices
    • Self-Assessment
    • Certification
    • Flow-down on Purchase Orders
Learning Objectives
  • Become familiar with the standard setting organizations.
  • Understand the purpose and application of each standard.
  • Select the appropriate standard for implementation within your organization.
  • Understand how to use industry standards to develop a counterfeit mitigation program.
  • Understand how to flow-down industry standards to your suppliers.
Target Audience
Industry Sectors:
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), Integrators, Independent Distributors, Authorized Distributors, Government Agencies
Job Functions:
Contracting, Management, Purchasing, Sales, Quality, Engineering
Class Information
Class Length: 1 hour
Class Tuition: $225.00
(ERAI Member Price: $180.00)
List of Prerequisites and Recommended Pre-Course Learning
Class Handouts
Cross Reference of Standards to Applicable Organizations