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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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 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 1. Problems arising from implementation of ITAR that impact international scientific cooperation and science as a global endeavor (R. Beebe, Moderator) 2. Problems arising from implementation of ITAR that impact universities’ pursuit of their funda- mental roles in education, development of the national workforce, and nurturing of scientific and technological innovation and advancement (J. Norris, Moderator) 3. Opportunities for near-term government actions and improvements (S. Armstrong, Moderator) 4. 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