(8) „All provisions of this Agreement concerning the Government of the United States and the Department of State shall remain binding on the parties after termination of the Agreement.“ With regard to agreements for the storage and distribution of important military equipment, the following additional provisions must be included in the agreement: (3) „(applicant) provides the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with a copy of the signed agreement (or its amendment) within thirty days from the date of conclusion of the contract and informs the Ministry of its termination at least thirty days before the expiry of the contract. If a decision is made not to enter into the proposed agreement, the applicant will inform the department within 60 days. Technical Assist Agreement (TAA) A Technical Assistance Agreement (TAA) is a contract for the provision of defense services or the disclosure of technical data. Unlike a DSP-5, discussions about technical data can be conducted. A TAA is required to train foreign forces in the use of defense items. However, the production of „know-how“ is not permitted and the authorization of a foreign person to produce U.S. defense items is not granted. 2. The prior written consent of the U.S. Department of State must be obtained before an obligation to transfer the licensed item is made by sale or otherwise to a person or government outside the authorized distribution territory.
If the decision to terminate the ITAR agreement has been taken, the US applicant must inform the DDTC/DTCL in writing at least thirty days before the expiry date of the contract. The termination letter should be uploaded to the approved license of the basic agreement and must contain the applicant`s DDTC registration code and contract number. The advance notice of an MLA and WDA must be accompanied by a final summary of the sales report or a final summary of activities. Once an ITAR contract authorization has been issued, several compliance tasks must be performed, including: implementing reserves, executing agreements, submitting notifications and reports with DDTC/DTCL, maintaining balances, developing files, and maintaining records. (c) Explanations required. The following statements must be included in all warehousing and distribution agreements: Distribution agreement This type of license is an agreement for the establishment of a foreign warehouse or distributor for arms items exported from the United States. (b) necessary information. Proposed storage and distribution agreements (and amendments thereto) must be submitted to the Defence Trade Controls Directorate for approval. The following information must be included in all such agreements: ITAR § 123.22 (b) (3) (ii) requires the applicant to inform DDTC/DTCL, prior to the first export of technical data or defence services, that the exports began with a notification letter to be posted online on the approved DSP-5 vehicle, either by the basic agreement or by the first modification under which the technical data or defence services were transferred.  It is important that DDTC entered into a consent agreement with L3Harris in the fall of 2019 for alleged violation of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and ITAR.
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