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ITAR

(International Traffic in Arms Regulations) U.S. State Department regulations that govern the export of restricted technology to foreign states other than Canada. The ITAR included restrictions on commercial encryption products until the end of 1996, when they were passed to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) of the Department of Commerce. See Wassenaar Arrangement and EAR.
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All persons engaged in activities subject to the ITAR should be vigilant in their compliance with all export control regulations and ensure that their activities do not involve debarred persons," the statement said.
The ITAR "strongly encourages" the prompt disclosure of any violation, or suspected violation, to the DDTC, The proper disclosure of a violation, or potential violation, can be a significant mitigating factor in DDTC's analysis of such violations.
Government contracting firms frequently ask questions about the application of ITAR requirements, including how it is applied to small- and midsized companies.
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Recent efforts by Australia (and Canada) have led to some concessions on ITAR prohibitions regarding access to technical data by foreign nationals.
The partnership between Virgin Galactic and the company that built SpaceShipOne managed to procure an exception to ITAR, though in a way that does not set a strong precedent.
government's International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR)--a law that provides the President with the sole discretion on the exportation of defense-related articles and services.
In addition to the regulations under BIS, the ODTC also controls exports that could provide sensitive technology to hostile countries through its International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
Both the International Traffic in Army Regulation (ITAR) (15 CFR 120.15) and the Export Administ ration Regulation (EAR) (15 CFR 772.1) define the term "U.S.