Laser Design is not only committed to ITAR, but is ITAR Registered
The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is a set of regulations that govern the export and re-export of certain controlled commodities, services, and technologies. In order to be controlled under ITAR as a defense article, a given component, subcomponent, part, assembly, subassembly, or integrated system must have been specifically designed, developed, configured, adapted, or modified for a military application controlled under the United States Munitions List.
It also restricts sensitive information and technologies to only to be shared with US Citizens unless special approval is granted. In summary, this regulation makes sure that anything to do with US proprietary defense secrets are not shared with anyone that our government has deemed not authorized to see or be in possession of. Including non-US citizens in the US.
ITAR Compliant vs. ITAR Registered
ITAR requires that any person (company) who engages in the business of manufacturing defense articles or furnishing defense services is required to register and keep their registration current with the United States Department of State. Laser Design is registered with the Department of State.
Many companies claim that they are ITAR compliant, but haven’t taken the proper steps to register with the Department of State. If you manage ITAR materials, it is your responsibility to assure that all of your suppliers have the proper registrations and follow the ITAR procedures. The Department of State interprets and enforces ITAR. Its goal is to safeguard US national security and further US foreign policy objectives.
Laser Design’s ITAR Commitment
Being the leader in 3D Scanning Laser Design is committed to investing in secure resources that ensure that all of our ITAR data is stored in a manner that meets or exceeds the ITAR requirements. With Laser Design you know your ITAR project is not only compliant but being fulfilled by a company that is registered.
Laser Design/ Cyber Optic’s ITAR Registration Document – be sure to check with your service providers to be sure they are ITAR registered!