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Aerospace & Defense

Use this guide for help complying with laws and regulations that apply to the aerospace and defense industries.

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  • Anti-Terrorism Training for Defense Contractors
    Explains Department of Defense policy that requires that all defense contractors to receive an Anti-terrorism/Force Protection briefing before travel to any destination outside the United States.

  • SAFETY Act
    Offers incentives to sellers of qualified anti-terrorism technologies to the U.S. government.

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Defense Base Act: Workers' Compensation

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Defense Contracting

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Environmental Compliance

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International Trade

  • Directorate of Defense Trade Controls
    Covers the export of defense articles and services. Regulations include Arms Export Control Act and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).

  • Selling to NATO: U.S. Company Certification
    Overviews certification requirements for selling to the North American Treaty Organization (NATO). U.S. companies interested in selling to NATO must receive U.S. government certification in order to qualify to bid on NATO Security Investment Program funded procurement opportunities here or abroad. The associated forms, procedures, related NATO documents and contact information are provided on this site.

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Security Clearances

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