Joseph Federico Director of NJ MET, Inc. Announces Exhibition at DMSMS Conference 2014

The DMSMS Conference 2014 will be held on December 1-4 in San Antonio, TX.

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Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) July 24, 2014

Joseph Federico, NJ MET, Inc. Vice President and Director of Operations, has announced NJ MET’s participation in the electronic testing exhibition and Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) conference at the Henry B. Gonzales convention center of The Grand Hyatt in San Antonio, Texas. DMSMS is the loss, or impending loss, of manufacturers or suppliers of items or raw material.

“This is our fifth conference and we are excited to attend the technical conferences and interact with industry leaders such as DOD scientists and engineers” said Joseph Federico from NJ MET, Inc.’s headquarters, located in NJ.

Obsolescence and DMSMS are often used interchangeably. DMSMS is the lack of sources or materials; obsolescence is lack of availability due to statutory, process and design changes. An obsolete product refers to the product in question not being needed anymore, and DMSMS is driven by financial needs pushing a product out of production but not necessarily out of use.

According to the DMSMS conference website, “The best practices in DMSMS will continue to push awareness and mitigation early in the design and development cycle, applying improved forecasting analytics and parts management across the services, utilizing the digital thread throughout the life cycle, and providing visibility into potential DMSMS threats along the life cycle. Anti-counterfeiting technologies and standards will comprehensively track inventories and actively provide trusted components. This conference will provide a balanced spectrum of DMSMS practices to improve DoD affordability.”

Please call Joseph Federico VP and Director for more information about the DMSMS 2014 conference as well as NJ MET, Inc.’s Mission Imposter Risk Mitigation detection program at (973)546-5393 or visit NJ MET, Inc.'s website.


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