Itar
History and Overview

International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are mandated by the U.S. State Department as a means to control the manufacture, import and export of military products and services. These regulations center on a list of products called the U.S. Munitions List (USML), which includes a wide variety of products, as well as software, technical data and services ranging from aircraft and body armor to computers and navigation systems. An organization is subject to ITAR requirements if its products, software, technical data or services are found on the USML.

International organizations can also be subject ITAR. For example, if a non-U.S. company obtains an ITAR product abroad, that company is subject to ITAR. Any firms that manufacture, distribute, import or export products, or perform analysis, research and development or other services for the U.S. Department of Defense must act in accordance with ITAR.

To comply with ITAR, companies must meet a number of extensive requirements including registration with the U.S. State Department, limitations on the transfer of regulated software and technical data, limitations on conducting defence services for international groups, the responsibility to acquire export licenses, and requirements for proper record keeping.

ITAR Use Cases

Camcode Global can navigate you through all phases and requirements of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Our expertise focuses on utilizing Unique Identification (UID) to track assets and organize processes in complex military standards. Though UID is one of many methods to fulfill ITAR, it is the method we’ve perfected. With in-depth consultations, we’ll help you create a custom UID program that meets necessary ITAR requirements.

From identification of items on the U.S. Munitions List (USML) to the design of reporting methods, Camcode Global will manage the project from start to finish. We will custom engineer solutions that make tracking and item identification easier and more effective. With Camcode Global, you can be confident that your program is ITAR compliant.

In addition to ITAR compliance, Camcode Global will help you discover how to save time and cost on inventory receipt and stocktaking, and improve operational processes with the added traceability that a UID program provides.

 

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