Monthly Archives: June 2015

New Jersey Man Admits Smuggling $65 Million in Sensitive Electronic Components to Russia’s Ministry of Defense, Federal Security Service | Department of Justice

… According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: Brazhnikov Jr. and his companies are part of a sophisticated procurement network that has surreptitiously acquired large quantities of license-controlled electronic components from American manufacturers and vendors and exported those items to Russia on behalf of Russian business entities that were authorized to supply them to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) and Russian entities involved in the design of nuclear warheads, weapons and tactical platforms. …

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Department of The Navy Instruction 4855.20 – COUNTERFEIT MATERIEL PREVENTION

4855.20 – COUNTERFEIT MATERIEL PREVENTION establishes Department of the Navy (DON) policy to prevent the introduction of counterfeit materiel into DON

From New Instructions – Department of The Navy Issuances System.

FAR / DFAR Case Update (29 May 2015)

Status updates from the ‘Open Cases Reports’ …

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What’s Really Inside? – Semiconductor Engineering

Concern is growing that devices of all types, including military hardware, may contain extra circuits or malicious code.

via Semiconductor Engineering .:. What’s Really Inside?.