- Military Labeling Standards and Data Transmissions
|The Wide Area Workflow is an essential communication tool for every business that supplies inventory to the DoD. Submission to WAWF replaces the manual DD250 document. It helps expedite payments and is now required by the DoD.
The Wide Area Workflow system can now accept UID data along with receiving reports and combo (2-N-1) documents. The wide area workflow system will then forward on all UID data to the UID registry.
Suppliers can submit their shipments to the WAWF through the WAWF website or direct electronic submission. Each of the these methods has its own advantages and disadvantages.
Communication via AIA Standards
|Data Submission Through WAWF Website
The WAWF Website offers graphical interface to submit product and shipment data without any additional software to generate the electronic documents and submit them by entering each submission by hand.
idWorx! Direct Electronic Submission
Entering UID and especially RFID data into the website can include large amounts of data quickly. This can mean wait times that make submission of shipments difficult and almost assured user errors. idWorx! uses direct electronic submission for fast and easy submission.
idWorx! is a completely integrated solution for all RFID and UID DoD mandates including automated electronic WAWF and UID registry submission.
Winco ID offers the complete solution to meeting the requirements of MIL-STD-130 including UID and MIL-STD-129 including RFID. Over 25 years experience is behind each and every aspect of the label and bar code used to meet Military Labeling Standards.
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