(c) Necessary instructions. The following declarations must be included in all storage and distribution agreements: (b) In the case of agreements reached on co-production or the conceded production of US defence items outside the United States, a written statement must accompany the submission of the agreement to the Arms Controls Directorate, which includes: 4. either within the country. , either abroad, because the U.S. government has approved this agreement. 1. The U.S. side certifies to the Department of Defense that classified information does not exceed the technical or product limits of the agreement; and (6) « The parties to this agreement agree that an annual report on sales or other transfers, in accordance with this agreement, will be made available to the State Department by the State Department on the quantity, nature, value of the U.S. dollar and recipient. This clause must specify which party is required to submit the annual report. These reports can be submitted either directly by the licensee or indirectly through the licensee and may cover exercises or exercises. Reports are considered protected by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and are not shared with unauthorized persons. (see item 126.10 (b) of this sub-chapter. The U.S.
portion of a manufacturing license or technical assistance agreement must notify the defence`s commercial controls management in writing of the impending termination of the contract no later than 30 days before the expiry date of this agreement. (d) minor changes. It is not necessary to submit to approval any amendments that only change delivery or performance plans or any other minor administrative change that does not affect the duration of the agreement or the clauses or information that must be included in those agreements because of the requirements of this party. A copy of all these minor amendments must be submitted to the Arms Control Branch within 30 days of the conclusion. b) In the absence of an emergency requiring immediate approval of the agreement in the interest of U.S. national security, authorization may only be granted after receipt of the 22 United States. C 2776 d) (1) of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, each member country of that organization, each member country of that organization, the certificate required by the Congress. Australia, Israel, Japan, New Zealand or the Republic of Korea or at least 30 calendar days for any other country. Authorizations cannot be granted if Congress has passed a joint resolution banning exports. (1) All licenses and other authorization applications require a Technology Transfer Control Plan (TTCP) approved by the Ministry of Defence and a National Security Agency-approved encryption technology control plan.