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We had contractors deploy under an exemption that they may not have been eligible for or deployed without any approved license. What should we do?



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This policy is retroactive to August 1, 2012. All personnel deployed since that date that exported government furnished defense articles may be included under a DSP-73 applied for under this policy. Your company must account for all equipment currently exported and ascertain when the original export happened. If eligible for this policy, you must upload documentation once the DSP-73 is approved indicating that you have decremented you license for the previously exported defense articles. Please provide personnel who deployed without a license and hand receipt a copy of the DSP-73 that they now fall under and work with the Central Issuance Facility to obtain a copy of their hand receipt. Any personnel still deployed who left prior to August 1, 2012 will have their name and company annotated along with the equipment in their possession. This information will be sent from CBP to DDTC for review, however, barring any additional irregularities, these individuals and their equipment should be able to proceed to the issuance facility for turn in. Any individuals who deployed prior to this date and who return on non-military aircraft or non-military chartered aircraft are likely to receive the most scrutiny and delay in processing at the port of entry.

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