Automate DOD Shipments

RFID and Mil-Std-129Comply/Shipper collects and organizes data for WAWF Receiving Reports and Invoices. Shipper is tightly integrated with Comply/Labeling, using the same data for both WAWF and Mil-Std-129 container labels on the same machine or in collaboration with others. Print draft Receiving Reports for review and well as official DD250, DD1149 and DD1348 forms for inclusion with shipments.

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In its most basic version, Shipper just organizes data and prints official forms. The WAWF option supports the following transactions:

  • Receiving Report, including UIDs (parent and child) and RFID (with those options)
  • Invoice
  • Combo
  • DLA Change Notice Request and/or Response
  • DLA Advance Shipment Notice (which differs from the WAWF RFID Pack Update)

This option adds features to support shipments of UID-marked items.

  • Cut and paste UID data for shipments, or enter manually
  • Include embedded UID data for submission to the UID Registry (first level children may be included in Receiving Reports)
  • Auto-generate UIDs from discrete elements (CAGE, Part/Batch/Lot, and Serial Number)
  • Import UIDs from CSV and other formats

UID data collected by Shipper is available to Comply/Labeling for Mil-Std-129 container labels, and vice versa. UID data collected by Labeling flows right into WAWF Receiving Reports submitted by Shipper to WAWF.

Using EDI-850 purchase orders from DLA eliminates practically all data entry required for container labeling and WAWF invoicing. An invoice number has to be added, but Shipper will automatically generate one if you want. DLA electronic purchase order data may also be used to drive labeling, helping to ensure absolute accuracy while reducing the time to process the order. Mil-Std-2073 packaging codes included with the purchase order can be used by Comply/Pack to generate a packaging breakdown worksheet to guide packaging.