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ITAR and FAA Repair Station Security Planning - Visitors

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DJ COMPLIANCE OFFICE

#1
My company had been granted certification as an FAA Repair Station. We are trying to get a security plan in place. We are trying to find out if the ITAR regulations have anything in them regarding visitors, visitor logs, how long we are to keep logs, etc.. I would appreciate any advice.
Thanks
Trish in the DJ Compliance Office
 

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#2
My company had been granted certification as an FAA Repair Station. We are trying to get a security plan in place. We are trying to find out if the ITAR regulations have anything in them regarding visitors, visitor logs, how long we are to keep logs, etc.. I would appreciate any advice.
Thanks
Trish in the DJ Compliance Office
Can someone with ITAR expertise help Trish?

Thank you!!

Stijloor.
 

Kales Veggie

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#3
My company had been granted certification as an FAA Repair Station. We are trying to get a security plan in place. We are trying to find out if the ITAR regulations have anything in them regarding visitors, visitor logs, how long we are to keep logs, etc.. I would appreciate any advice.
Thanks
Trish in the DJ Compliance Office
As far as I know, not specifically. It is your responsibility to implement and make sure you meet the requirements of the regulation, which comes down to who can have access to the ITAR controlled information.

- logs are helpful
- completed I9 are helpful
- separate servers for ITAR controlled information
- have a security system
- prevent strangers from entering the building
- limit access to certain areas
- train your employees in ITAR and how it affects their job
- how long are you keeping records.
- identify visitors that are non-US-nationals
- keep desks / work area clean and organized
 
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