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Accession Number ADA568332
Title Impact of Export Control and Technology Transfer Regimes: International Perspectives.
Publication Date Jan 2012
Media Count 46p
Personal Author B. Udis I. Lewis R. E. Franck
Abstract The U.S. International Trade in Armaments Regulations (ITAR) regime is a major national security and public policy issue. Exploring the ITAR environment through a set of case studies was the central idea in a project involving participants at Cranfield University (UK) and the Naval Postgraduate School. Our colleagues investigated the effects of ITAR within the ongoing F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program, which involves the United States and a number of international partners, including the UK. The Cranfield report (under separate cover) was based on a survey of UK stakeholders. The results were unambiguous and striking. Our British partners concluded that ITAR was a good idea gone horribly awry. Section II provides a summary. Our main interest (Section III) is the F/A-18 tactical fighter program, which eventually involved many international partners. This collaboration was highly successful and was managed to the general satisfaction of the parties involved. It was, in short, a significantly different outcome within the ITAR regime. An introduction (Section I) provides a brief overview of ITAR and illustrates the reasons for its being controversial. Finally, our concluding section summarizes the Obama Administration's initiative to reform ITAR, and offers some questions for further research in export controls in the global defense marketplace.
Keywords Administrative personnel
Control list
Cranfield study
Enforcement coordination
Export control reform
Export controls
Exports
F-35 aircraft
F/a-18 aircraft
Foreign military sales
Information technology
International f/a-18 program
International trade in armaments regulations
Itar reform
Jet fighters
Licensing
Management personnel
Management planning and control
Military procurement
Project management
Regulations
Technology transfer
United kingdom


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 51C - Aircraft
70B - Management Practice
96 - Business & Economics
74E - Logistics, Military Facilities, & Supplies
Corporate Author Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA. Graduate School of Business and Public Policy.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Research rept.
NTIS Issue Number 1311
Contract Number N/A

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