Tag Archives: military

Is your company up-to-date on recent and proposed changes to International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)?

The U.S. State Department recently made changes to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), which govern work with U.S. Munitions List (USML) items that are considered critical to national security. A new exemption to allow the “hand carrying” of ITAR regulated data was announced in the Federal Register on August 27, 2010. This exemption, […]

Changes to U.S. Export Controls are Good News for the Electronics Industry

Today, the White House announced plans to reform the U.S. export control system by updating and modifying export control lists, licensing policies, and export enforcement. U.S. export controls include the laws and regulations managing the sale or transfer of sensitive goods and technology, services, and expertise to non-U.S. citizens. The changes in export controls are […]

Director of DoD Industrial Policy announced as keynote speaker for upcoming IPC conference

Brett B. Lambert, Director of Industrial Policy in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, will be the keynote speaker at an upcoming IPC Conference for the North American EMS Industry: What it Takes to Supply the Military. Mr. Lambert serves as the principle advisor on all matters relating to the defense […]

Meeting the wireless challenge

Cell phones, Wi-Fi and other wireless technologies have been around for quite a while, but there’s no sign that overall growth for wireless communications is headed anywhere other than sharply upward. The continuing explosion of new applications has a number of implications for board suppliers and EMS companies. Medical is one of the latest fields […]

More on the PCB Military Technology Interchange

Nice interview today with attendee Ray Rasmussen on the meeting last week. The industry has definitely raised its visibility for future R&D support. Listen in to the audio interview. thanks  milaer007.com