Technical Assistance Agreement Us Government


    An agreement (e.g.B. contract) under which a U.S. person authorizes a foreign person to manufacture defence objects abroad and that includes or contemplates: (b) the foreign person`s use of technical data or defensive items previously exported by the U.S. person. (See part 124 of this sub-chapter). (a) the export of technical data (targeted at 120.10) or defence items or the provision of a defence service; or (c) depot maintenance is a third-level maintenance operation, carried out on or by large repair equipment, a shipyard or a foreign service team, each with the necessary equipment and technical personnel. It consists of providing evaluation or repair on the capacity of the unit or organization. This maintenance consists of inspection, testing, calibration, repair, overhaul, repair, repair, repair and replacement of a defective part, component or set. These include changes, improvements or upgrades that would only improve product reliability or maintenance (for example.

    B an increased average time between errors (MTBF) and not improve the performance or basic ability of the defense article. (i) a foreign national agency in the United States may obtain a licence or other authorization; (3) the use of access data to access, view or possess a foreign person, including yourself, to unencrypted technical data; or (1) providing assistance (including training) to foreign persons, whether in the United States or abroad, for the design, design, construction, manufacturing, production, assembly, testing, repair, maintenance, modification, operation, demilitarization, destruction, processing or use of defence items; The term “goods” refers to any item, material or delivery, with the exception of technology/technical data or software. Access information is information that allows access to encrypted technical data submitted to this sub-chapter in an unencrypted form. For example, decryption keys, network access codes and passwords. (3) Military training of foreign units and armed forces, regular and irregular training, including formal or informal training of foreign persons in the United States or abroad or through distance courses, technical, educational or information publications and media of all kinds, training assistance, orientation, training and military advice. (see also point 124.1.) (2) The provision of technical data related to this sub-chapter to foreign persons (see item 120.10), whether in the United States or abroad; or (15) Section 542 of Title 18, the U.S. State Code (with respect to the importation of goods by misrepresentation), where the underlying offence includes a defence article, including technical data, or violations related to the Arms Export Control Act or the international Traffic in Arms Regulations; (6) The publication of pre-encrypted technical data in accordance with the provisions of Article 120.50 (a) and 4 of this sub-chapter.