Distributors Advisory Group addresses counterfeit electronics
An upcoming briefing is covering the latest developments regarding counterfeit electronics. The conference call being is organised by OEMsecrets.com in concert with DAG (Distributors Advisory Group).
A free conference call is scheduled for September 6th 10AM EST. On this call will be Distributors, Brokers, Test Labs and subject matter experts. The agenda of the call is to introduce DAG, it’s mission, and to update the latest developments in the world of counterfeit electronic avoidance, detection, mitigation, and disposition. If you would like to be invited to participate in this conference call, please email Christina.firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at: 541.847.0644.
What is the number one supply chain problem in our military today? According to Senator Levin, Chairman of the Armed Services Committee, fake electronics are making their way into use by “critical” military systems, including Navy helicopters and the Air Force’s newest cargo planes. A year-long investigation conducted by the Committee concluded that more than one million suspected counterfeit parts are present in the Department of Defense’s supply chain. “The failure of a single electronic part can leave a soldier, sailor, airman, or Marine vulnerable at the worst possible time,” the report says.
For further information, visit www.counterfeitavoidance.org