Case Study: eQuip! Supports IUID Requirements
Most government contractors who work with the Department of Defense are required to adhere to IUID requirements established by the FAR and DFARS clauses.
MIL-STD-130N Change 1
Item unique identification (IUID): A system of establishing unique item identifiers (UII) within the DoD by assigning a machine-readable character string or number to a discrete item, which serves to distinguish it from other like and unlike items.
Unfortunately, many of those government contractors struggle with juggling IUID requirements with their other goals and needs.
One such government contractor was AEgis Technology Group. Read below to see how eQuip! helped AEgis to meet IUID requirements.
The AEgis Technology Group Inc. (http://aegistg.com/) specializes in utilizing modeling & simulation (M&S) technology to support weapon systems development and create training solutions so our troops make it home safely.
Our customer AEgis is tasked to deliver Improved Moving Target Simulation Systems (IMTS).
These are 360 degree fully immersive visual simulation systems with state-of-the-art computer image generators. They will help to prepare US troops to fight more effectively and return home safely.
To deliver this program, AEgis is required to upload the Unique Item Identifier (UII) data into the DoD IUID Registry. This is to maintain accountability of each IMTS system utilizing DoD’s Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) component of the government’s Invoicing, Receipt, Acceptance, and Property Transfer (iRAPT) system.
AEgis uses eQuip! Government Property Management system. By using eQuip! they electronically transmitted all the IMTS system and component data to the DoD’s IUID registry.
Our customer AEgis has successfully met all contractual IUID requirements for this contract.
In addition, they were able to create the IMTS systems, which help our troops to fight more effectively and return home safely.
eQuip! and IUID requirements
Watch this video below for a short demo of IUID functionality in eQuip! for government property.