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AIA Welcomes Conventional Arms Transfer Policy Implementation Plan

Statement by AIA President and CEO Eric Fanning on Conventional Arms Transfer Policy Implementation Plan Arlington, Va. — We welcome today’s announcement by the Department of State of an implementation plan for the Conventional Arms Transfer (CAT) Policy. AIA and its more than 340 member companies, representing 2.4 million American aerospace and defense workers, deeply […]

AIA Calls for National Security Cooperation Strategy to Improve Defense Export Review Process

Arlington, Va. — On May 29, the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) delivered a letter to Secretary of State Pompeo advocating for new measures to strengthen the interagency security cooperation enterprise, including a National Security Cooperation Strategy to help implement National Security Presidential Memorandum Regarding Conventional Arms Transfer Policy (NSPM-10). The letter was signed by AIA’s […]

White House Conventional Arms Transfer Policy Announcement an Important First Step

Arlington, Va. — The Aerospace Industries Association welcomed today’s Conventional Arms Transfer Policy announcement by the Trump Administration, which institutes a review of the approval process for defense export trade. “Defense trade with allies and partners is a critical tool for achieving America’s foreign policy and national security goals,” said AIA President and CEO Eric […]

Conventional Arms Transfer Policy – Industry Priority Topics

The Trump Administration’s announcement of a review of its Conventional Arms Transfer Policy is a welcome opportunity to address long-standing concerns with how efficiently and effectively the U.S. government conducts review and approval of defense exports. AIA has consistently advocated for making America’s security cooperation enterprise more accountable, predictable, transparent and efficient. To promote dialogue between industry […]

Conventional Arms Transfer Policy – Backgrounder

Advancing U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives requires strong and capable international allies and partners to offset competitors’ efforts to supplant our leadership. To address this need, the United States requires a National Security Cooperation Strategy dedicated to building critical security, political and economic relationships internationally. We also require an agile and sophisticated transfer process for defense […]

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