Public Law 106-65, National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2000, Section 1404
SEC. 1404. SECURITY <<NOTE: 22 USC 2778 note.>> IN CONNECTION WITH
SATELLITE EXPORT LICENSING.
As a condition of the export license for any satellite to be
launched in a country subject to section 1514 of the Strom Thurmond
National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1999 (22 U.S.C. 2778
note), the Secretary of State shall require the following:
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(1) That the technology transfer control plan required by
section 1514(a)(1) of the Strom Thurmond National Defense
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1999 (22 U.S.C. 2778 note) be
prepared by the Department of Defense and the licensee, and that
the plan set forth enhanced security arrangements for the launch
of the satellite, both before and during launch operations.
(2) That each person providing security for the launch of
(A) report directly to the launch monitor with
regard to issues relevant to the technology transfer
(B) have received appropriate training in the
International Trafficking in Arms Regulations (hereafter
in this title referred to as ``ITAR'').
(C) have significant experience and expertise with
satellite launches; and
(D) have been investigated in a manner at least as
comprehensive as the investigation required for the
issuance of a security clearance at the level designated
(3) That the number of such persons providing security for
the launch of the satellite shall be sufficient to maintain 24-
hour security of the satellite and related launch vehicle and
other sensitive technology.
(4) That the licensee agree to reimburse the Department of
Defense for all costs associated with the provision of security
for the launch of the satellite.