Tag Archives: military electronics

Get your questions on export control regulations answered at IPC APEX EXPO

Learn about the new export control regulations and changes to ITAR restrictions for electronics

IPC Files Comments on Second Proposal Regulations for Military Electronics under ITAR

In regulatory comments filed September 9, 2013, IPC commended the U.S. Department of State (DoS) Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) on its decision to enumerate printed circuit boards (PCBs) in proposed revisions to Category XI (military electronics) of the U.S. Munitions List (USML). The DoS re-proposed the rule in order to solicit additional public […]

Military cuts will have varied impact

Military markets have been fairly bullish over the past several years, but that’s changing rapidly. Over the next few years, one of the big challenges for any military supplier will be to determine where cuts are going to be made. At this week’s AFCEA West 2012 exhibition, commanders from all branches shared one common element […]

Searching for growth amidst cutbacks

Almost any time people talk about spending cutbacks, there are some areas where funding remains strong or even increases. When government agencies are the ones cutting expenditures, it’s often difficult to predict which areas will be trimmed and which won’t. If the military speakers at the recent LandWarNet conference were good prognosticators, there aren’t many […]