How does the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) apply to surveillance and security cameras?

Glossary Definition

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is a series of United States federal laws that outlines the budget and other guidelines for the US Department of Defense. In that act, certain brands and manufacturers of cameras and electronic components are banned from use in federal agencies. These agencies include but are not limited to the FBI, national park services and the military.

Note that even if the brand of a camera itself is not in the restricted list of products, many cameras contain components that may be from a banned manufacturer. Infiniti uses a wide variety of components to build our cameras and can ensure that all components used comply with the NDAA guidelines if the project requires it.