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    ITAR Restricted Sessions

    ITAR Restricted Sessions

    AIAA proudly announces new ITAR sessions for the 2013 Joint Propulsion Conference and International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference.

    Carefully review the AIAA ITAR Abstract Registration Policies below. AIAA has also provided additional ITAR-related documentation:

    Access to ITAR Sessions: Presenting a Paper, Chairing a Session, or Attending an ITAR-Restricted Presentation

    Admittance to the restricted Technical Papers is controlled by the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All paper attendees, presenters, and session chairs will need to register for the conference, and then while on site will need to visit the ITAR Registration Desk to complete additional registration procedures. Anyone wishing to enter the restricted session room MUST abide by the procedures and submittal of verification documents mandated by the DOD in order to attend, present, or chair ITAR-restricted sessions. No Exceptions!

    ITAR Credentials:

    1. You must show proof of U.S. citizenship (the most overlooked item); a photocopy of your passport is NOT acceptable, and Government ID is NOT sufficient proof for citizenship.
    2. Present personal photo identification.
    3. You must be a federal government employee or you must be covered under a company or individual DD2345 certification.
    For complete requirements and details please view the attached PDF

    U.S.-Only ITAR Technical Sessions

    New for this year, a limited number of papers will be presented in “U.S.-Only” technical sessions. In addition to your JPC/IECEC conference registration, a separate registration process will be required to attend these restricted sessions. Please see the detailed information on the ITAR Registration Grid to determine your individual requirements.

    Availability of ITAR Papers:

    A DVD containing the manuscripts from the ITAR sessions will be available for purchase on site in San Jose by those who are registered to attend the ITAR Sessions. There will be no sale of these papers after the event.