NPMA Cover Story: Automating Electronic Submission to iRAPT

This article was written by A2B Tracking's Property Management expert, Pat Jacklets and A2B Tracking's President and CEO, Peter Collins. It was published in the June 2017 issue of the NPMA Property Professional magazine. To download the full article, click here.   Government contractors within the Department of Defense (DoD) community are responsible for timely and accurate [...]

By | June 13th, 2017|Blog, Industry News|Comments Off on NPMA Cover Story: Automating Electronic Submission to iRAPT

NPMA Cover Story: The Most Common Misconceptions about IUID and RFID Compliance

This article was written by A2B Tracking's Property Management expert, Pat Jacklets. It was published in the February 2017 issue of the NPMA Property Professional magazine. To download the full article, click here. Many organizations owe a significant amount of their revenue to the relationships they maintain with the DoD, even when only a small [...]

By | February 24th, 2017|Blog, Industry News|Comments Off on NPMA Cover Story: The Most Common Misconceptions about IUID and RFID Compliance

The 6 Most Common Misconceptions about RFID and IUID Compliance Infographic

Many organizations owe a significant amount of their revenue to the relationships they maintain with the DoD, even when only a small percentage of their overall business is made up of government contracts they fulfill. For these companies, understanding and following regulatory and compliance standards can make or break that relationship–and the contract. However, although [...]

By | March 15th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on The 6 Most Common Misconceptions about RFID and IUID Compliance Infographic

IUID and RFID Compliance Misconception: “I Marked It, But I Don’t Have to Report It”

DCMA compliance regulations for asset tracking require very specific conditions to be met in order to maintain military contracts. Most notably, under MIL STD 129 and MIL STD 130, assets are required to be marked with compliant barcodes to allow for precise tracking. However, just the existence of the barcode isn’t sufficient enough to be [...]

By | March 4th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on IUID and RFID Compliance Misconception: “I Marked It, But I Don’t Have to Report It”

The IUID and RFID Survival Guide to Your Next DCMA Audit

One of the most sure and swift ways to taint your reputation and lose your government contracts is to fail your next DCMA audit. Preparing for such an audit can be stressful and time-consuming, but it’s definitely a better option than the alternative. This SlideShare presentation goes over everything you need to know to survive [...]

By | February 25th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on The IUID and RFID Survival Guide to Your Next DCMA Audit