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On November 8th 2011, the US Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) held a hearing on counterfeit electronics in the Department of Defense supply chain. Testimony revealed that a congressional probe found at least 1,800 cases of counterfeit electronics in US weapons systems covering more than 1 million suspect parts. Approximately 70 percent were traced to Chinese firms. The veil has been lifted on counterfeit electronics. Learn how to protect your organization and your brand against the risks that counterfeits and inferior parts present.
Join Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine as they host a roundtable panel of distinguished experts representing IHS Jane's and Jane's Defense Weekly, ERAI, Beveridge & Diamond, P.C, and others from industry and the supply chain. They will share unique insight and address audience questions on some of the most pressing issues raised during the hearings and implications of new rules for the supply chain.
Webinar date and time:
8:00 am PT | 11:00 am ET | 10:00 am CT | 15:00 UTC/GMT
Topics to be addressed include:
Mark A. Snider is the founder and President of ERAI, Inc., a privately held global information services organization that monitors, investigates and reports issues that are affecting the global supply chain of electronics. Originally founded in 1995, ERAI in its infancy consisted of a small group of companies sharing data to protect each other from losses resulting from unscrupulous business practices, fraudulent activity and overdue unpaid accounts. As we entered the new millennium, ERAI began seeing complaints related to counterfeit part activity and immediately reacted by creating a database to warehouse this information. Today ERAI is a globally recognized information services organization that offers a variety of tools to help subscribers mitigate risk on parts customers and vendors. Beyond overseeing the day to day business operations and development, Mark volunteers his expertise on numerous industry task forces addressing the counterfeit part problem.
Environmental compliance is critical to ensuring market access for ICT products and serves as a foundation for corporate sustainability initiatives. Paul Hagen, a Principal at the law firm of Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., has long served as environmental counsel to TIA, ITI and leading ICT companies. He will provide an update on the growing patchwork of RoHS, energy efficiency and producer responsibility requirements in key markets world-wide.
Mr. Hagen has extensive experience advising leading companies in the computer, consumer electronics, semiconductor, and wireless industries on a wide-range of compliance, market access, sustainability and enforcement matters. He has assisted several clients with the development of national and global product take-back and recycling programs. He is consistently recognized as one of the nation's leading environmental lawyers in Chambers USA.
Rory is responsible for go-to-market strategy and product marketing for IHS offerings that address market initiatives in product lifecycle and supply chain management, as well as environmental health & safety and sustainability. King’s efforts have earned more than ten individual and team-based awards in areas relating to supply chain excellence, environmental compliance and sustainability. These include receipt of company-based Excellence and Leadership Team Awards, industry recognition as a ‘Supply Chain Pro to Know,’ and key contributions among teams winning the Green Supply Chain Award and Supply Chain Top 100 Award honors.
The presentation of this event is available for download.
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