Aerospace Exports Incorporated

ITAR Compliance 101

Often larger aerospace OEMs/Primes ask us to assist or mentor a key sub-tier supplier in achieving ITAR Compliance. Once we are introduced (to the supplier) we start by having a conversation with the senior executives on what they manufacturer, number of employees etc., but inevitably during that first phone call we are asked straight-out “How […]

Aerospace Exports Incorporated

Seeking PT Contract Sales and Consultants

Sales: Aerospace Exports Incorporated is seeking part time contract sales person. The position requires knowledge of the aerospace industry, LInkedIN and other social media. The position will be 1099 subcontract and will pay a negotiated commission/rate. Consultant: Aerospace Exports Incorporated is seeking part time consultant to service AEI clients via phone and email. No on-site […]

Aerospace Exports Incorporated

Quiz of the Week

What records must the Registrant keep available at all times? Must maintain records concerning the manufacture, acquisition and disposition (to include copies of all documentation on exports using exemptions and applications and licenses and their related documentation), of defense articles; of technical data; the provision of defense services; brokering activities; and information on political contributions, […]

Aerospace Exports Incorporated

Quiz of The Week

Empowered Officials, Are You Qualified Under §120.25? Attention Empowered Officials, would you like to test your knowledge? Send us an email with your answers to this short quiz and we will contact you with your results. We will also include a complimentary presentation: EO’s Guide To Compliance 1. Define a U.S. person: 2. Does “Directly Employed” include […]

Aerospace Exports Incorporated

DDTC Registration is NOT automatic compliance to the ITAR

Just yesterday I was asked “As long as we register with the DDTC we can self-declare as ITAR compliant… right?” My reply is always a big “NO”. I also include a warning… any organization that self-declares compliance based solely on DDTC Registration and then advertises as such, may receive some un-requested attention: http://www.exportlawblog.com/archives/4467 I thoroughly appreciate the […]

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New NAS Standard Announced

AIA’s National Aerospace Standards (NAS) has released TCS001: Document marking, storage, and electronic transmission of technical data, and provides guidance on the processes and best practices necessary for a company to manage U.S. EAR-controlled technology exports, including technical data, in compliance with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). A member of the AEI team was pleased to participate […]

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Quality System Verification and Validation for ITAR Processes

AS9100 requires that organizations identify applicable regulatory requirements however most Quality Management Systems DO NOT contain processes to verify and validate actions performed by Empowered Officials. Fact: Empowered Officials must certify that information provided on applications is accurate. Problem Scenario An Empowered Official is tasked with applying for a DSP-5 for a Foreign Person “working” […]

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RWAs are not CJs

Recently a client asked if they can accept a RWA from the DDTC as a CJ. In investigating the background the client had submitted a license application to the DDTC, the application was RWA’d as subject to the DoC (600 Series). The client wanted to utilize the RWA as a official notification to it’s customers […]