Beltsville, MD – September 10, 2013 – DfR Solutions, a leader in quality, reliability, and durability solutions for the electronics industry, today announced that the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) has approved its International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) registration. The U.S. Government requires all manufacturers, exporters, and brokers of defense articles, defense services or related technical data to be ITAR registered and fully compliant. With this registration, DfR has demonstrated its commitment to exporting only those technologies authorized by the DDTC, in accordance with the ITAR, and is eligible to do so through export licenses, technical assistance agreements, and other such agreements between DfR and the U.S. Government.
“At DfR Solutions, we understand the highly sensitive and confidential nature of some of the projects we work on and we take all the necessary steps to assure the security and protection of that information,” said Craig Hillman PhD, CEO and Managing Partner of DfR Solutions.
In addition to the ITAR registration, DfR Solutions is also ISO 9001:2008 certified and has an accounting system that is compliant with Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) requirements.
About DfR Solutions, LLC:
DfR Solutions has world-renowned expertise in applying the science of Reliability Physics to electrical and electronics technologies and is a leading provider of quality, reliability, and durability (QRD) research and consulting for the electronics industry. The company’s integrated use of Physics of Failure (PoF) and Best Practices provides crucial insights and solutions early in product design and development and throughout the product life cycle. DfR Solutions specializes in providing knowledge- and science-based solutions to maximize and accelerate the product integrity assurance activities of their clients in every marketplace for electronic technologies (consumer, industrial, automotive, medical, military, telecom, oil drilling, and throughout the electronic component and material supply chain).