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August 06, 2008 

DDTC Imposes $4 Million Penalty on Lockheed Martin for Unauthorized Exports of Technical Data

The Directorate of Defense Trade Controls today posted documents on its website indicating that it has imposed a $4 million civil penalty on Lockheed Martin Company as a result of eight violations violations of the Arms Export Control Act and International Traffic in Arms Regulations.

The alleged violations included exporting classified and unclassified missile-related technical data to the United Arab Emirates Air Force and to persons from a major non-NATO ally without the required export licenses. Lockheed Martin voluntarily disclosed these violations to DDTC.

The Proposed Charging Letter, Consent Agreement and Order relating to this case can be found here. Be sure to review the Annex of Compliance Measures starting on page 9 of the Consent Agreement.

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