ITAR Parts 120 and 121 and Export ControlReform – Which Parts and Components RemainITAR-Controlled: How to Define “SpeciallyDesigned” and Determine ITAR Jurisdiction overDefense, Commercial and “Dual-Use” Items

October 21, 2014 8:45am

Michael Laychak
Deputy Director Defense Technology Security Administration
U.S. Department of Defense (Washington, DC)

Tony Dearth
Director, Office of Defense Trade Controls Licensing
Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, U.S. Department of State

  • When are defense articles, technology and related services “ITARcontrolled”: What is covered by the U.S. Munitions List (USML)
  • Who Does What: Roles and jurisdiction of DDTC and DoD
  • Clarifying ITAR application to commercial and “dual-use” items
  • The “specially designed or modified” reach of the ITAR, the “seethrough” rule and their application to your products
  • Identifying when foreign commercial products and technology can become ITAR-controlled
  • Commingling and integrating commercial and defense technologies: Identifying ITAR “taint” of your commercial products and services