If you are a Prime or subcontractor with a government contract and have to comply with MIL-STD-130, MIL-STD-129, RFID and UID, you will want to know how to get in compliance as painless as possible.
WincoID holds seminars (free, of course) throughout the region to 1. help you know if you need to comply and 2. know what you will need to do to comply and 3. know you are in compliance.
You will want to know what you are committing to when you sign up for a government contract. You will need to know what your costs are upfront – so having a solid understanding about what’s involved and how much it will take (time and money) are important to your bottom line profits.
If you are the person who is responsible for contract administration, then you are familiar with the amount of data involved in entering or setting up a contract.
If you are labeling, you may need help setting up your labels, determining if you need RFID for your shipping labels and help managing the data to be submitted to the DoD when you ship your product(s.) There can be quite a lot.
Now for the good part. Although there is a lot involved with labeling for the DoD at the unit level, determining the shipping label requirements, and handling the associated data, there is help. In a morning, you will know exactly what to look for in a contract, how to pass your labeling requirements and best of all, how to simplify managing the data, which of course, leads to getting you paid!
Please join us for our next seminar on March 24, 2009 in Nashua, NH.
The program will cover the complete label and data workflow, from receiving a DoD contract to sending the electronic shipment data to WAWF. There will also be a mini tradeshow with some of the most exciting new products in the labeling, bar code and RFID world.
We also often have attendees from State or Federal agencies such as PTAP or DCMA.
Who should attend?
Our DoD seminar is intended to provide a wealth of useful ideas to Defense contractors and subcontractors. This will be of interest to anyone involved in contract management and data submission as well as manufacturing, quality and shipping.
Because the labeling and data workflow touches many parts of an organization, we recommend our seminar to peope in Contract Management, Engineering, Purchasing, Production, Quality Assurance, Warehousing and Shipping.
We’ve added this seminar as our last one filled to capacity. The best way to get registered is to give us a call at 603-598-1553 X253 or sign up on-line.
You can read more about the seminar and content details here.
I hope we’ll see you on March 24th!