Joseph Federico;
Accomplished engineer and Vice-President of NJMET Electronics.

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Joseph Federico of Wayne New Jersey is the Vice President and Director of Operations of by NJ  MET and has been a successful electronic engineer for years. NJ MET was co-founded by Giacomo Federico and two other partners in 1978. In 1977 Joseph Federico started as a Test Operator for Solid State Electronics.  Joseph went on to graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU).

In 1984, Joseph Federico, working under the then president of NJ MET, initiated a military testing department accommodating the SDI program initiated by the Reagan administration. The success of this department opened the door for NJ MET to be recognized by other organizations, winning contracts with companies such as the Boeing Company, Honeywell International Inc.,  British Aerospace and Lockheed Martin Corporation.

That was only the first of Joseph Federico’s successes to come. After several extensive visits to the Asian-Pacific region researching the counterfeit components epidemic, Joseph Federico created the world’s first electronic component counterfeit detection program in 2004. NJMET’s position as an industry leader became clear when the world’s largest online electronic component trading center adopted Joseph Federico’s new program.

Joseph Federico is now internationally known in the electronics industry and is one of the first American engineer invited to Israel, Russia and China to speak about counterfeit electronic components. Joseph Federico lectures at the P. Muscarelle Center at the FDU on this global epidemic of counterfeit electronic components.

Click here to watch Joe's interview and discover how much this accomplished engineer and director of NJMET has done.

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NJMET is a pioneer in the electronic component testing industryand has served the Military, Commercial, Aerospace, Industrial, and Automotive fields, providing worldwide quality electronic component/product testing for  nearly 40 years.

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