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Protection. One Component at a Time.

REM Electronics supports the various governmental organizations and departments responsible for the defense and national security of the United States. These agencies play a crucial role in maintaining the country’s military readiness, protecting its interests, and ensuring the safety of its citizens. As a contract manufacturer offering electronics to these types of customers, it is essential to understand their structure and requirements. While the landscape is complex, we are confident in our ability to service these agencies:

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The Department of Defense is the primary organization responsible for the military defense of the United States. It oversees all branches of the military, including the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Space Force. The DoD manages a wide range of programs, initiatives, and procurement activities related to defense and national security.

The Department of Defense Website

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The Defense Logistics Agency is the primary logistics support agency for the Department of Defense. It provides worldwide logistics support, including procurement, distribution, and inventory management of a vast array of military supplies and equipment.

The Defense Logistics Agency Website

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is an agency within the Department of Defense that focuses on technological innovation and research. It seeks to develop advanced technologies and capabilities that provide military superiority.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Website

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The United States Army Materiel Command is responsible for the lifecycle management of Army materiel, including research, development, acquisition, testing, fielding, sustainment, and disposal of equipment and supplies.

The United States Army Materiel Command Website

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The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) is the largest of the Navy’s five system commands and is responsible for the acquisition, maintenance, and support of the Navy’s ships, submarines, and associated systems.

The Naval Sea Systems Command Website

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The Air Force Materiel Command manages the research, development, acquisition, testing, and sustainment of Air Force weapon systems, aircraft, and related technologies.

The Air Force Materiel Command Website

When defining our relationship as a contract manufacturer offering electronics to these types of agencies, it is crucial to note that we take into account the following areas of standards and compliance.

United States military government agencies often require their suppliers and contractors to have appropriate security clearances due to the sensitive nature of the work involved. Compliance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is also essential to protect sensitive defense-related technology and information. REM is working to become ITAR Registered and Compliant.

Military agencies typically follow specific contracting and procurement processes, which may involve competitive bidding, request for proposals (RFPs), and compliance with government acquisition regulations. REM ensures that it follows all contracting and procurement processes and procedures in order to provide the best support for the government agencies that we interact with and service.

Military agencies often have stringent technical and quality standards that must be met when manufacturing electronics for defense applications. We ensure that our manufacturing processes, materials, and components comply with relevant military standards and specifications of the agency requesting the work.

Military agencies place a significant emphasis on IT and cybersecurity due to the sensitive nature of their operations. As an electronics manufacturer, we must adhere to strict cybersecurity protocols such as NIST SP 800-171, protect intellectual property, and demonstrate a commitment to maintaining the security and integrity of their systems and data. REM is working to become CMMC Compliant.

Military agencies may have fluctuating demands and often require contract manufacturers who can handle varying production volumes, meet deadlines, and provide flexibility to scale production as needed. REM is able and willing to meet these needs and always aniticipates changes to the market.

Engaging with United States military government agencies as a contract manufacturer offering electronics and contract manufactuing services requires a thorough understanding of their unique needs, compliance obligations, and security considerations. By aligning with our capabilities, quality, security, and compliance, we can position together as trusted partners for your defense-related electronics manufacturing requirements.



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