Process

Registration process

Requirements

Persons, companies or entities which engage in manufacture, export, sell and transfer of defence items, articles, data and technology related to USML.

Submission of registration statement

Submit completed DSP-9 and/or required forms, transmittal letter and prescribed fee to the Department of State. Registration does not grant any export license or approval. Registration fees can be paid in advance or in terms.

Notify changes in information provided by registrants.

Must notify material change, intended sale in advance. Also report any violations, mergers and acquisitions, amendments to agreement within specified time limit.

Maintenance of records by registrants.

Must maintain records trade, manufacture, services provided, information or data transferred and handled, political contributions, fees or commissions and agreements. Records must be available to be presented on demand in front of inspection officer from DDTC.

Licenses for the Export

Requirements :

  • Any person or entity who intends to export or to import
  • Applications for the temporary or permanent import or export.
  • All appropriate information regarding the proposed transaction and proper completion of application form.
  • A request for a license for classified or unclassified technical data transfer
  • Supporting documents.

Submit Application with fees

Acquire licenses

Report amendments for updated license and changes in agreements.

Renew licenses after specified period of license.

Take special license or approval for any kind of retransfer

Maintain records and report violations

Checklist

  • Does product/article/data being transferred are on the U.S.Munitions List ("USML") and subject to ITAR?
  • Is the company registered with DDTC?
  • Has the company properly classifiedthe product under updated ITAR and EAR Regulations?
  • Does company maintain standard records of items and theirclassification?
  • Has the company acquired appropriate licenses according to classified items for trade?
  • Has the company tradedparts, accessories, components and attachments with proper license?
  • Does company provide any service and user training with sale of products? Are these services and training approved by DDTC?
  • Does the company maintains standard security policy and controls within its facilities?
  • Does the company employ safeguard and strict controls on physical access, digital access of data and access of data on the Cloud?
  • Does company properly report commissions, fees and political contributions to DDTC?

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ITAR compliance is a differentiating factor and contracting officers will ponder products valuable and ease contracts. Comparison for clients and customers becomes easy.

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PROCESS




Persons, companies or entities which engage in manufacture, export, sell and transfer of defence items, articles, data and technology related to USML.

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BENIFITS




ITAR compliance is a differentiating factor and contracting officers will ponder products valuable and ease contracts. Comparison for clients and customers becomes easy.

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FAQ




What does ITAR stands for?

ITAR stands for the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Traffic_in_Arms_Regulations

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