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Pentagon: Rough RFID Ride Ahead?
Jul 07, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
July 7, 2004—While it is Wal-Mart's mandate that receives the most press, ultimately it will be the US Department of Defense's RFID initiative that is the most complex. Unlike Wal-Mart, the DOD often uses "little guy" suppliers for whom RFID might be prohibitively expensive. Also unlike Wal-Mart, the DOD is a strictly segmented organization, and the technological capabilites of its many warehouses vary widely.
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