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This regulation does not eliminate or replace interagency coordination or consultation requirements with respect to international agreements established in 22 CFRor intra-agency coordination requirements established in AR 11—31, chapter 1, DODD Coordinate with the 550-511, G—8 on any proposed international agreement that involves unprogrammed costs.
Authority to negotiate and conclude international agreements is determined by the delegations in paragraph 5 of this regulation. This regulation does not apply to the following: Army component signing the agreement. Any instrument or arrangement that potentially may impact the development or procurement of standardized weapon systems or equipment within the NATO, or U.
Where there is doubt about whether a negotiation or agreement involves a predominantly DA matter, the proponent should coordinate the matter with the combatant 550-15. Proponent and exception authority. For purposes of this regulation, international agreements are—. Limits on delegated and redelegated authority to negotiate and conclude international agreements a.
The Secretary of Defense SECDEF xr delegated authority to the Secretary of the Army SA to negotiate and conclude the categories of international agreements listed below, except those 550-1 to have policy significance under the criteria set forth in the definition of policy significance described in paragraph 3 f.
505-51 courtesy notification to the combatant command legal advisor. This limitation does not include—. The user does not have to read it to understand this publication. Office of the Judge Advocate General. The proponent may delegate this approval Suggested improvements. Cooperative or reciprocal activities. The Judge Advocate General.
Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreements Cited in para 1 g. The delegated authority for the proposed negotiating organization to negotiate an international agreement, and the delegated authority for the proposed 550-511 to execute the international agreement on behalf of the Army.
With regard to international agreements under this regulation and other international arrangements as appropriate, that fall within the scope of the authority delegated to the ACOM or ASCC under paragraph 5 bthe central office shall—.
Foreign governmental fees, other than for services requested by the United States and actually received. Department of the Army. The index shall include, at a minimum, the following information with respect to each international agreement:. Operation of the Defense Acquisition System. Procedure that facilitates the application of orderly and uniform measures to the negotiation, conclusion, reporting, publication, and registration of U.
All copies of agreements shall be stamped or accompanied by a memorandum, certifying that the text of the agreement is a true copy of the original.
One copy of all signalsintelligence agreements. The negotiation and conclusion of such agreements require the prior approval of the. Such cases may notbe acted upon without prior approval of the USD P. Contents Listed by paragraph and page number. Foreign Countries and Nationals.
If the agreement requires Circular authority, the request for such authority should include a brief analysis of the environmental considerations discussed in this paragraph.
In the event of uncertainty as to the applicability of this definition to a specific issue or agreement, Army elements should seek 550-1 from the supported combatant command legal advisor or, in the absence of such a legal advisor, The Judge Advocate General DAJA—IO. For purposes of this regulation, predominantly DA matters means a matter related to the execution of a specified or implied Army task not derived from a mission assigned by a non-Army agency DOD or a arr combatant command.
The SAGC will serve as or shall designate the legal advisors for acquisition-related international agreements.
Customs fees or inspections. The Defense Acquisition System. Assistant Secretary of the Army. Defense Acquisition Guidebook Cited 50-51 para 4 b 9. Users are authority, in writing, to a division chief invited to send comments and suggested within the proponent agency or its direct i m p r o v e m e n t s o n D A 2 0 2 8 R e c o zr reporting unit or field operating agency, in m e n d e d C h a n g e s t o P u b l i c a t i o n s a n d at grade of colonel or the civilian equiv- Blank Forms directly to HQDA DAJAalent.
Note also that an international agreement that may have been considered at one time to relate to predominantly DA matters may, due to a change in circumstances, 550-51 be considered to involve matters of significant concern to the applicable combatant command or DOD.
If the text of an agreement is not forwarded in a timely manner, the transmittal document shall fully describe the reasons for the late transmittal. The agreement states that the English language text and the foreign language text s are equally authentic, and—.
Office of the Secretary of Defense. Government is not financially supporting 50-51 participation of any other force, except when such support is specifically permitted by applicable U.
Circular Procedures Procedure that facilitates the application of orderly and uniform measures to the negotiation, conclusion, reporting, publication, and registration of U.