Semi-Kinetics Earns ITAR Registration


Reading time ( words)

Semi-Kinetics, a division of Gonzalez Production Systems, is proud to announce that they have obtained their International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Registration. ITAR Registration means that Semi-Kinetics is able to fully support military and defense-related projects within the United States.

ITAR is an executive order governed by the Arms Export Control Act (AECA), directed by the US Department of State, regulating the export of product and information related to US military defense articles. Recently acquired Semi-Kinetics Quality Manager, Robert Jackson, has been appointed as the facilities ITAR Empowered Official and has fully implemented a robust ITAR compliance program allowing Semi-Kinetics to fully comply with the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR). As stated by Mr. Jackson, “With Semi-Kinetics ITAR registration and recent program introductions, customers of Semi-Kinetics can be confident in the knowledge and expertise possessed by Semi-Kinetics and required for compliance to the ever increasing importance of the government export controls in order to ensure our nation’s security.” With the introduction of Mr. Jackson (ASQ CQE, CQM/OE) as Semi-Kinetics Quality Manager, Semi-Kinetics has added over 15 years of electronic industry management level quality and regulatory experience to their team.

Semi-Kinetics, leading electronic manufacturing service company providing complete turnkey and consignment assembly, in-circuit test, conformal coating and box build services, is committed to provide quality product and service to all customers. Semi-Kinetics products conformance is based on the most recent revisions of IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 and Quality Management System is accredited to ISO13485, ISO9001, and AS9100.

Additional information on Semi-Kinetics contract manufacturing solutions is available from Semi-Kinetics, 20191 Windrow Dr., Ste. A, Lake Forest, CA 92630.  Phone: 949-830-7364  Email: info@semi-kinetics.com.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

What It Takes to Be a Milaero Supplier, Part 2

03/24/2020 | Anaya Vardya, American Standard Circuits
The decision to pursue military and aerospace (milaero) certification impacts every facet of the organization, and not every shop is prepared to make this transformation. In Part 2, Anaya Vardya focuses on what it takes to be a milaero supplier in the areas of engineering and CAM.

Requirements of Being a MIL-certified Shop

11/12/2019 | Barry Matties, I-Connect007
Barry Matties speaks with American Standard Circuits’ VP of Business Development David Lackey, who has nearly 40 years of experience producing PCBs for the mil/aero market. David talks about what it’s like being a MIL-certified shop and the stringent quality and reporting requirements that it entails.

How to Dismantle a Nuclear Bomb

10/01/2019 | Peter Dizikes, MIT News Office
How do weapons inspectors verify that a nuclear bomb has been dismantled? An unsettling answer is: They don’t, for the most part. When countries sign arms reduction pacts, they do not typically grant inspectors complete access to their nuclear technologies, for fear of giving away military secrets.



Copyright © 2020 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.