IDLogiq® Innovations Selected by FDA DSCSA Pilot Project Program to Address National Security of Drug Supply Chain

SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ —
IDLogiq® innovations have been selected by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the Pilot Project Program under the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) to prototype and develop a system that can address the national security of the drug supply chain and future interoperability of secure electronic information exchange.


On November 27, 2013, President Barrack Obama signed the Drug Quality and Security Act into law. This act serves as an amendment to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, and grants the Food and Drug Administration additional means of regulating and monitoring the manufacturing process of drugs. It has become the cornerstone of combating counterfeit drugs in the United States and today we’ll be looking at it in more detail.

Supply Chain Security Case Study – eAgile

eAgile is an Internet of Things company founded in 2004. (The Internet of Things refers to the interconnection of various smart devices to the internet, such as TV’s, coffee makers, lamps, wearable tech, mobile phones, and so much more.) eAgile makes various devices which feature NFC and RFID technologies, and customize and personalize their products for each client. Their most popular products are custom RFID tags for a variety of different industries and eSeal smart packaging, which is geared more towards consumable products like cosmetics and medicine.

An Introduction to NFC Technology

In terms of storing data and matching things against a database, NFC is becoming one of the most popular and widely used technologies around. We can find them in all sorts of things, from chips in credit cards to scanners in mobile phones to children’s toys and more.

How Do Drugs Find their Way into Dog Food

Recently we talked about pentobarbital being found in dog food. Today we’ll be discussing how it got there.

Disclaimer: If you are squeamish, this is not the blog post for you. It contains information on food production, which can be disturbing if the reader is not expecting it.

To find out where the pentobarbital could come from, we need to understand how dog food is produced.

Food Fraud in History

Counterfeit goods are almost as old as the concept of genuine goods. After all, no man is an island and whenever we have to rely on another person (or organization) for the things we want and need, there’s always been a chance the other person might try to swindle us into buying something of inferior …

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