(1) visual or other inspection of a defence article by foreign persons that reveals technical data to a foreign person; The FAQs also discuss the ongoing distribution and distribution of ITAR-controlled defence items at the expiry of an applicable GWG or AA TAA. In this regard, the FAQs have made a more sensitive point on the subject discussed above, namely that domain restrictions in an expired agreement apply even after expiry. Among other things, parties that are not authorized under the expired contract cannot be associated with the expiry. However, the FAQs state that defence items manufactured as part of a GW or AAT that has expired since then „may be transferred between the same foreign signatories and sub-licenses and for the same end-users and end-uses that have been previously authorized under the TAA or GWG.“ (ii) Research is funded by the U.S. government and specific access and dissemination controls are in place to protect research information. (6) The publication of pre-encrypted technical data in accordance with the provisions of Article 120.50 (a) and 4 of this sub-chapter. (a) important military equipment: goods for which special export controls are justified by their ability to have considerable military advantages or capabilities. (a) Article 38 of the Arms Export Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2778), as amended, authorizes the President to control the export and importation of defence and defence services. The president`s legal authority to enact provisions relating to the export of defence and defence services is vested in the Secretary of State by Executive Order 13637. This sub-chapter implements this authority and other relevant authorities in the Arms Export Control Act (22 U.S.C 2751 and beyond).

Because of the Secretary of State`s administrative delegations, these rules are primarily managed by the Assistant Under-Secretary of State for Defence Trade Controls, Bureau of Political Military Affairs. In essence, every email, call and fax related to its product or customer requirements was subject to the requirements of technical data export licenses! The term „listed“ refers to each item on the U.S. ammunition list or trade checklist, not in a catch-all control.