Assistance to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission with respect to licence applications and the use of general licences for the export of nuclear materials and nuclear materials in accordance with 10 CFR Part 110, including export licences for raw materials and related materials. Guidelines for U.S. raw material and by-product distribution requirements, including distribution licenses, annual reporting requirements and product labelling requirements. Help a U.S. customer prepare an application to DSCA to apply an essential processing method for computer hardware in the United States. Although the main transformation proposal was not successful, we obtained DSCA authorization for a waiver authorizing funding for non-Americans. Content integrated into the U.S. customer`s product. Success of a distribution license exempt under 10 CFR Part 40 gets a U.S.
customer to import and distribute products containing source material in the U.S., while at the same time disclosing past distribution without the required license and negotiating with NRC to resolve the issue without penalty or negative action. FMF transactions provide guidelines for U.S. companies in the state of reflection at the Israeli Department of Defense`s mission in the United States, which are funded by the U.S. government under the Foreign Military Financing Program (FMF). help understand the requirements of the foreign military financing guidelines for direct commercial contracts and the contracting contractor`s certification and agreement with the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) To analyze and advise clients on specific issues that often arise in fmf contracts, including (a) the identification of U.S. content and host domestic content in the sales contract; and (b) identification and, if applicable, the declaration of commissions, potential commissions or allowances; (c) Exemption for financing by a U.S. company of content purchased by U.S. companies outside the United States and referred to as “commercial from the shelf.” FMS Transactions advises on the entire U.S.
government sales process under the U.S. Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program, including the use of the exemption in ITAR 126.6 for the export of technical data and defense services approved in the Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) for the transaction. Guidelines for non-U.S. companies Customers involved in providing repair and maintenance services to non-U.S. companies. The Armed Forces on the Process of Obtaining U.S. Authorization