Mil-Pac’s Mil-Comply DOD Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Solution prints RFID labels and makes the entire process simpler by automatically organizing RF-container data for easy submission to Wide Area Workflow (WAWF).
Mil-Pac’s Mil-Comply DOD Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Solution prints RFID labels and simplifies the entire process through easier data submission to the Wide Area Workflow (WAWF). The system solution circumvents many of the difficulties posed by DOD label printing, such as formatting labels for human-readable and bar coded data, identifying cases and pallets with unique RFID tags, and collecting Unique Identification (UID) marking data for end-items and embedded parts.
DOD RFID Solution for WAWF
Mil-Pac’s RFID solution makes label printing easier by providing many RFID label format options, including Mil-Std 129-compliant labels for Exterior Containers, Pallets, Unit Packs, and Military Shipment Labels (MSL). This software streamlines the process by ensuring that the user complies with all of the stringent DOD requirements, which takes the guesswork out of labeling, shipping, and invoicing.
Using Mil-Pac’s solutions software also allows users to submit RFID and UID information into WAWF with just a few clicks. The RFID solution software gives users more flexibility and saves time on typing DOD RFID, and DOD UID numbers into WAWF.
Fully Integrated Technology
Printing RFID labels is the easy part of the DOD RFID Mandate. Anyone can buy a roll of pre-encoded labels and “slap and ship.” That will work for small shipments, which MIL-Comply supports. The hard part is organizing RFID for cases and pallets, particularly when shipping UID items. MIL-Comply integrates all of that data to allow you to submit it with your WAWF DD250 Receiving Report or as a standalone RFID Pack Update.
Mil-Std 129 Barcode Labeling with DOD RFID compliance and WAWF data submission.
Print DOD RFID versions of popular Mil-Std 129 labels include MSLs for both case and pallet, an exterior container label (with or without a IUID), a unit pack, and a “Generic” RFID tag for optimal flexibility. The integrated solution also coordinates printing of RFID case and pallet labels, while automatically associating each IUID part to an RFID case, and RFID cases to RFID pallets.
MIL-Comply also supports unit-level RFID tagging and reporting, which comes into play for contracts requiring some contracts submitting IUID-marked items that require RFID for efficient disbursement to soldiers. UIDs can be automatically associated with their Unit Container RF-tag, and the RF-Tag of the Case they are placed into, and the RF-Pallet the cases are stacked onto.
The MIL-Comply DOD RFID solution makes it simple to submit data to WAWF, which is really the hardest part of shipping compliance.