Preventing Counterfeit Electronic Parts from Entering the DOD Supply System DAU-CLL032

This course was created by DAU and is hosted on CDSE's learning management system STEPP.

Description: This self-paced computer-based training module is designed to allow participants to learn about different types of commercial and industry nonconforming, suspect, and counterfeit items, how these items are entering into the commercial and DOD supply chains, the economic impact these items have, and how to develop basic skills for identifying possible non-conforming and suspect counterfeit items. Participants will also learn how to mitigate the risks involved in the procurement of these items and how to report these items through the proper channels.

Course Resources: N/A

Learning Objectives: At the end of this course, students will have a basic knowledge of essential supply chain considerations stemming from counterfeit electronic parts and efforts to prevent their entry into the Department of Defense supply system.

Delivery Method: eLearning

Length: 1.5 hours

Target Audience: This course will benefit all DOD professionals, across all Services and DOD agencies, as well as any industry partner, who wants to learn more about the subject.

Number of Student per Course: N/A


  • Clearance Requirements: N/A
  • Attendance Requirements: N/A
  • Exam Requirements: A passing score of 80% on the final exam (DAU-CLL032.06) allows students to print a certificate of successful completion. Students will be allowed to take the exams three times after completing the course.  If the student does not receive a passing score in their third attempt of the exam, the student will need to complete the course again before they may retake the exam.

Prerequisites: None

Credits Recommended/Earned:

  • ACE Credit Recommendation: (What's this?) N/A
  • Professional Development Units per SPēD: N/A

System Requirements: N/A