How to Report Assets to the IUID Registry

How to Report Assets to the IUID Registry


How do you get this done and what is
the best way for me to report these assets to the government? Essentially, you have three options 1. You can simply use iRAPT
and manually key in all the pedigree information and it will transfer over to the IUID Registry Another option is to simply outsource
the requirement to a vendor perhaps A2B Tracking and we can do it for you using compliance software to electronically report those assets to the government The third option is to buy the software yourself so that you can control this process in-house You have three options there. But, how do I decide what’s best for me? The first thing that you should consider is how many assets do you have to report? Let’s say you’re a small mom-and-pop
shop and it may be that you’re only shipping one or two items to the government Or you don’t do too much business with the government It’s not a high-volume requirement you may want to consider just manually entering in the pedigree information
through iRAPT. That may not be a heavy burden on your workforce and it’s certainly low cost But if the number of assets starts to increase — starts getting to double or triple digits — You will want to consider submitting those electronically either by outsourcing or purchasing an in-house system because keep in mind, there’s a number of pieces of information that have to be submitted to
the IUID Registry From Contract information – the contract number, the contract type, CLIN level detail The acquisition cost, the unit of measure, the UID The CAGE number, the Part number, the Serial number The shipment info what date did you ship
it what date was it accepted All of these pieces of information are required to fully report the item to the Registry So think about all those pieces of
information for just one item and multiply those times the number of items that you have to report It can be a daunting task to
do this manually And from an Auditing perspective if you’re dealing with significant amounts of assets it probably will not be looked upon too
favorably from a DCMA auditor if you’re doing a fairly high volume and they see that you’re reporting these assets in a manual process That’s definitely something that you’d want to consider because the accuracy of the reporting is essential.

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