Transportation management, distribution and warehouse management, yard management, reverse logistics

RFID for DoD Suppliers

Understanding DoD RFID Policy and Data Requirements

  • What this session is about: This session is targeted to DoD Suppliers who are interested in learning more about the DoD RFID Policy and what it means to your company. Since the release of the DoD RFID policy in July 2004, many companies have struggled with understanding the details of the requirement and when they will be required to apply RFID to DoD shipments. Learn first hand from the experts in this field what DoD RFID really means.
  • What you will learn: Learn how the DoD RFID policy will impact your operations.
  • Speakers:
    • Mary Ann Wagner
    • Ann Grackin
    • Bill McBeath

RFID Hardware – What You Must Know

This report — RFID Hardware — is for two audiences. There is a primer for those who do not have RFID knowledge. Although we use the word primer, we think most people will still learn a bit about RFID, even if they are not a beginner. The second audience is those seeking knowledge about the players in the Market.

Continuous vs. Choke-point Tracking of Assets and Loads

There are two quite different alternative approaches available to track assets across the supply chain with RFID. Each approach has its advantages and disadvantages and differences, which should be considered in the selection process.

Outbound Channel Management

Whether it’s booking a flight or requesting the status of a flight, or checking the status of an order or placing a new order, the frustration we endure while doing business can become massive. We’ve all “Been there” at one time or another, whether calling from a crowded place or while holding a cell phone to our ear in a tight embrace–and why?

Supply Chain Economy

The US Labor Department reported an increase in jobs in June and July…but the manufacturing industry cut jobs for a third month in a row.

Introduction to ChainLink Research

This 10-minute overview presented by ChainLink CEO, Ann Grackin discusses the impact of changing business models on the supply chain.

International Trade or ITL Adoption

Winning retailers’ philosophy of business is that every product not sitting in front of a customer is an inefficient use of capital.

Crowley Maritime Implements GT Nexus

If you are a carrier-ocean, land or air-you know that competition in this market is intense. The pressure to contribute to cost containment and at the same time deliver on time performance is make or break!

The Future Logistics Enterprise

This paper will articulate and validate the Future Logistics Enterprise (FLE) vision and objectives for readers such as industry suppliers and partners, members of Congress, members of other governmentagencies, and fellow members of the Department of Defense who needto understand the challenges, and align with the FLE goals.

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