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  • june
  • 19
  • 2009

Defense Acquisition University Releases New IUID Marking Module
Continuous Learning Module “IUID Marking” (CLE040) is an in-depth course on Data Matrix marking. It covers the technical details for encoding a Data Matrix with a Unique Item Identifier (UII); standard practices, methods, and technologies for Data Matrix marking; and technical documentation requirements and quality considerations.

Defense Acquisition University Updates IUID Basics Learning Module
Continuous Learning Module “Item Unique Identification” (CLM200) introduces a range of IUID topics, including contracting considerations, constructing the UII, requirements for UII marking, a description of the DoD IUID Registry, UII data submission to the IUID Registry, and IUID related applications.

Each of the above IUID modules takes approximately three hours to complete. The for-credit format contains an end-of-module test that must be passed with a 100% score. You will have unlimited attempts to pass the test. Upon completion of each for-credit module, you will receive 3 Continuous Learning Points (CLPs), an electronic certificate of completion in your ATLAS account, and a record of completion entered into your Defense Acquisition University (DAU) transcript. These modules may also be viewed in a browse-only mode for no credit.

To sign up for DAU credit or to browse these modules, please visit: https://learn.dau.mil/html/clc/Clc1.jsp

Then, on the training and communication page add under TOOLS for UNDERSTANDING IUID
DAU CLE040
DAU CLM200

 

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  • may
  • 20
  • 2009

Effective 1 June 2009 corrections to UII records may be done within 60 days from the date of submission.

 

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  • may
  • 18
  • 2009

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  • may
  • 6
  • 2009

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  • april
  • 23
  • 2009

“IUID implementation takes root – reaping the benefits” submitted by Marine Corps System Command News (Mr. Rick Triviso)

 

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