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DoD RFID website - Under Secretary of Defense for ...
Q: How will a supplier know where to place a passive tag on a shipment?
A: Please see MIL-STD 129 for guidance on tag placement.
Q: What exactly is the passive RFID label supposed to look like? I can't find specifications identifying what should be printed on the surface of the RFID tag (as opposed to what is encoded on the tag).
A: If you are referring to a passive RFID tag that has been...
Date: 2017-01-31 16:38:23
SUBPART 211.2 — USING AND MAINTAINING REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTS
211.271 Elimination of use of class I ozone-depleting substances.
See Subpart 223.8 for restrictions on contracting for ozone-depleting substances.
211.272 Alternate preservation, packaging, and packing.
Use the provision at 252.211-7004 , Alternate Preservation, Packaging, and Packing, in solicitations which include military preservation, packaging, or packing specifications when it is...
Date: 2016-06-02 20:17:53
Related topics : radio frequency identification tags (rfid) / rfid radio frequency identification tags / radio frequency identification rfid definition / radio frequency identification (rfid) asset tracking system / radio frequency identification rfid systems
DOD RFID Logistics Applications - Office of the Under ...
The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Supply Chain Integration) is responsible for leading the implementation of a modern and integrated materiel supply chain process that fully supports military operational requirements. The end goal of this initiative is to promote customer confidence in...
Date: 2017-01-31 16:38:22
Related topics : radio frequency identification technology (rfid) / radio frequency identification technology rfid / rfid technology supply chain / rfid applications in supply chain / rfid enabled supply chain