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US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) concerning dual and third country national employees: rule change Q&A

Answers to questions agreed by the United States Department of State to help UK end-user and consignee companies to comply with the rule change…

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Question & answer (Q&A) matrix on implementation of ITAR rule change (76 Fed Reg 28174): United States (US) International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) rule change concerning dual & third country national (DTCN) employees.

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Answers to questions agreed by the United States Department of State to help UK end-user and consignee companies to comply with the rule change to the US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR,). Concerns dual and third country national (DTCN) employees. Should be read in conjunction with the associated UK Technology Security Plan (TSP) URN 11/1336.