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Space Science and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations: Summary of a Workshop Appendix C Workshop Agenda SEPTEMBER 12, 2007 9:00 a.m. Welcome and Opening Remarks (N. Neureiter and J. Alexander) 9:20 Status of ITAR Implementation and Changes Since the November 2003 Workshop (S. Armstrong, Moderator) Summary of 2003 Workshop Highlights (C. Canizares) State Department Perspective (A. Ganzer) NASA Perspective (J. Hall) DOC Perspective (B. Kritzer) 10:30 Break 10:45 Resume Status Updates OSTP Perspective (R. Samanta-Roy) GAO Perspective (J. Hutton) Congressional Perspective (D. Fite) Universities’ Perspective (R. Hardy) 12:00 p.m. Lunch 1:00 Issues Regarding Activities and Exports Within the United States (C. Canizares, Moderator) Panel Remarks on Case Studies (M. A’Hearn, C. Himes, S. Eisner, A. Zirkelbach) General Discussion 3:00 Break
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Space Science and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations: Summary of a Workshop 3:15 Issues Regarding Activities with Foreign Partners Outside the United States (M. Allen, Moderator) Panel Remarks on Case Studies (R. Torbert, D. McCleese, J. Norris, J. Lewis) General Discussion 5:15 Adjourn for Day SEPTEMBER 13, 2007 9:00 a.m. Issues Regarding TAAs, Licensing, Advisory Opinions, etc. (I. Pryke, Moderator) Panel Remarks on Case Studies (D. Chenette, J. Simmonds, S. Sedwick, K. Scarlott) General Discussion 10:45 Break 11:00 Splinter-Group Discussions of Specific Subtopics for Future Consideration Problems arising from implementation of ITAR that impact international scientific cooperation and science as a global endeavor (R. Beebe, Moderator) Problems arising from implementation of ITAR that impact universities’ pursuit of their fundamental roles in education, development of the national workforce, and nurturing of scientific and technological innovation and advancement (J. Norris, Moderator) Opportunities for near-term government actions and improvements (S. Armstrong, Moderator) Opportunities for near-term scientific community (i.e., academia, federally funded research and development centers, and industry) actions and improvements (S. Eisner, Moderator) 12:00 p.m. Lunch 1:30 Splinter-Group Reports (R. Beebe, Moderator) 2:30 Break 2:45 Synthesis and Summary: Discussion of Significant Recurring Views, Needs for Information and Guidance, and Items for Future Action or Study (N. Neureiter, Moderator) Overarching Commentary and Policy Implications (L. Bloomfield) General Discussion 4:00 Adjourn