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Material Interoperability with Allies and Coalition Partners. Substantive legal authority for each obligation proposed to be assumed by the United States in any international agreement must be found in other law or regulation applicable to the relevant subject matter.

Neither the SA nor any delegee may negotiate or conclude the following types of international agreements without the prior written approval of the officials designated below: These are separate authorities and each must be identified prior to negotiation of an international agreement. Resolve doubts concerning what constitutes a significant negotiation in favor of reporting the proposed negotiation to DAJA—IO. This person must bedesignated as qualified, consistent with local practice, by the DOD or DA official authorized to negotiate and conclude the agreement or by an appropriate Department of State official.

Office of the Secretary of Defense. United States officials who have been delegated the authority to approve amendments to, or extensions of, international agreements subject to this regulation shall negotiate and conclude amendments or extensions in accordance with the provisions of this regulation.

Commanders whonegotiate international agreements with environmental consequences are responsible for ensuring that they are fully aware of the environmental aspects of the agreement, giving particular attention to reasonably foreseeable, significant, adverse environmental aspects. Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreements Cited in para 1 g. Any instrument or arrangement that potentially may have a significant impact on the plans and programs of such combatant command must be treated under this regulation as an international agreement and not an other international arrangement.


Limits on delegated and redelegated authority to negotiate and conclude international agreements a. 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—.

Any instrument or arrangement that involves changes in logistic support for U. Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Policy. Both substantive authority and procedural authority must be identified before an international agreement is negotiated. Authority to negotiate and conclude international agreements is determined by the delegations in paragraph 5 of this regulation. An Army organization comprised of one or more units with institutional or operational support functions, designated by the SA, normally to provide 5500-51 general support to the Army in a single, unique discipline not otherwise available elsewhere in the Army.

At Security Assistance Training Cited in paras 4 a 85 c.

Delegation of authority to negotiate and conclude international agreements a. 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. Note, however, that umbrella agreements, implementing arrangements, and cross-servicing agreements under the NATO Mutual Support Act do fall under this regulation.

Similarly, material changes in U.

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The SA redelegates the authority to negotiate and conclude the international agree. Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary. One copy of all signalsintelligence agreements. Although it is against DA policy to enter into an oral international agreement, any oral agreement that meets the definition in subparagraph a 1 a through a 1 cabove, of this definition is an international agreement.


This major revision dated 2 May If so, is the proponent vested with proper procedural and substantive authority to initiate the agreement process?

States, and the U. This authority is separate from procedural authority.

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The DOD representative who enters into the agreement shall cause such agreement to be reduced to writing. Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A. For example, Section 30A of the Arms Export Control Act, as implemented in AR 12—15, provides substantive authority for the SA to enter into reciprocal unit exchange agreements, while paragraph 5 b of this regulation indicates who, in the Army, may negotiate and execute such agreements on behalf of the SA.

With priorconsent of the Chief, DAJA—IO, copies may be provided in electronic form, but such copies must reflect the actual signatures on the original of the international agreement.

Secretary of the Army. Foreign criminal procedures and jurisdiction. A related publication is a source of additional information. Assistant Secretary of the Army.

Foreign governmental fees, other than for services requested by the United States and actually received. Status of Forces Agreement.