As an ISO 9001:2008 AS9120A certified company, eComp has demonstrated conformity to a universal standard of quality and compliance. By maintaining these standards, eComp can deliver a customer experience second to none. In addition to included ISO 9001:2008 requirements, the AS9120A regulations require strict and stringent quality management system requirements for use in the aviation, space and defense industry.
eComp is proud to be located in a Historically Underutilized Business Zone. As a participant in this socio-economic program, eComp is an active employer in the area and we are happy to provide stable jobs to this under-utilized urban area in support of this critical initiative. This program helps businesses in urban and rural communities gain equal access to and preferential treatment when accessing federal procurement opportunities allocated specifically to HUBzone businesses.
ASQ certifications are recognized globally as a formal recognition that an individual has demonstrated proficiency within a specific body of knowledge. eComp is proud of our professional team members who demonstrate their knowledge of regulations and industry standards.
Located in Naples, Florida ERAI has been monitoring, investigating and reporting issues that affect the global electronics supply chain since 1995. Their exclusive services and resources have provided an outlet that enables its members to perform risk mitigation on suspect counterfeit, non-conforming and high-risk parts. Their large database of suspect and non-conforming parts has also allowed members to identify problematic customers and suppliers ahead of time.
The Independent Distributors of Electronics Association helps provide independent distributors with quality information while helping to advance industry ethics, establish standard and promote continuing education. eComp adheres to the IDEA-STD-1010-B for Acceptability of Electronic Components Distributed in the Open Market which a quality standard for visual inspection of electronic components.
A cooperative activity between the government and responsible industry participants, the Government-Industry Data Exchange Program seeks to reduce or eliminate expenditure of resources by sharing technical information essential during research, design, development, production and operational phases of the life cycle of systems, facilities and equipment.
The International Traffic in Arms Regulations helps to safeguard US national security by controlling the import and export of defense-related services and products that are listed on the United States Munitions List.
eComp is a proud QSLD/QTSL certified distributor for the DLA. Our commitment to quality, product traceability, and process controls has enabled us to reliably serve the Defense Logistics Agency for 16 years. We are proud of continued relationship with the DLA and will continue to support their programs and operations.
In an effort to combat counterfeiting, the DLA embarked on an initiative with Applied DNA Sciences to mark electronic parts with a form of plant DNA that would help trace parts used in mission critical systems. eComp was an early adopter of this technology in support of the war on counterfeit technology and counterfeit devices.