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DSCA 10-11

Memo Status : Active
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DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY
201 12th STREET SOUTH, STE 203
ARLINGTON, VA 22202-5408

2/16/2010

MEMORANDUM FOR :

DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE ARMY,
DEFENSE EXPORTS AND COOPERATION,
ATTN: SAAL-NP (MS. SANDRA LONG/MR. FLOYD BAKER)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

SUBJECT :

Nonrecurring Cost (NC) Recoupment Charge - Radar Set, AN/TPQ-37(v)9, DSCA Policy Memo 10-11

The attached Finding, signed by the Director, Defense Security Cooperation Agency, approves a nonrecurring cost (NC) recoupment pro rata charge for the sale, coproduction, or licensed production of the items shown on the Finding table.

The NC charges listed in the Finding will be included in the next update of Appendix 1 of the automated version of the Security Assistance Management Manual found on the DSCA Web Page.

DoD NC recoupment charges are required to be reimbursed to the Department of Defense within 30 days following delivery or purchaser acceptance (whichever comes first) of each item sold or produced; and all recoupments will be recorded under DSCA(Q) 1112 Report. In accordance with the Arms Export Control Act, any country requesting a waiver of NC charges must request the waiver in writing prior to finalization of the purchase, if it is to be approved. The point of contact for additional information is Ms. Susan Kidd at (703) 604-6625, e-mail: susan.kidd.ctr@dsca.mil, or Ms. June Squire at (703) 601-3833, e-mail: june.squire.ctr@dsca.mil.

Jeanne L. Farmer
Principal Director
Programs

ATTACHMENT :
As stated

CC :

Orig & cc
DSCA Chron
DSCA PGM/BPC
DSCA STR/POL
DSCA DBO/FPIO

FINDING :

In accordance with DoD Directive 2140.2, dated January 13, 1993, I hereby approve a nonrecurring cost recoupment pro rata charge for the sale, coproduction, or licensed production of the major defense equipment shown below:

CATEGORY XI - MILITARY ELECTRONICS

ITEM DESCRIPTION NSN/MASL NC CHARGE
Radar Set, AN/TPQ-37(v)9 Unavailable $1,118,818.96

This NC recoupment charge is effective immediately.

Jeffrey A. Wieringa
Vice Admiral, USN
Director