ITAR COMPLIANCE TRAINING

Registration Fee

To align registration fees with the cost of licensing, compliance and other related activities, the Department is adopting a three-tier registration fee schedule.

The first tier will be a set fee of $2,250 per year for registrants who are renewing a registration, required to register by law, and for whom DDTC has not reviewed, adjudicated or issued a response to any applications during the twelve-month period ending 90 days prior to the expiration of their current registration. This tier includes those registering with the Department for the first time.

The second tier is for registrants for whom DDTC has reviewed, adjudicated or issued a response to between one and ten applications during the twelve-month period ending 90 days prior to the expiration of their current registration. For this tier, registrants will pay a set fee of $2,750 per year.

The third tier is for registrants for whom DDTC has reviewed, adjudicated or issued a response to more than ten applications during the twelve month period ending 90 days prior to the expiration of their current registration. For this tier, registrants will pay a fee of $2,750 plus an additional fee that is based on the number of applications for which DDTC has reviewed, adjudicated or issued a response during the twelve months ending 90-days prior to the expiration of their current registration. The additional fee will be determined by multiplying $250 times the number of applications for which DDTC has reviewed, adjudicated or issued a response during the twelve-month period ending 90 days prior to the expiration of the current registration.

Fees for registrants in this third tier whose total registration fee would be greater than 3% of the total value of applications for which DDTC has reviewed, adjudicated or issued a response during the 12-month period ending 90 days prior to expiration of the current registration will be reduced to 3% of such total application value or $2,750, whichever is greater. Fees for registrants, including universities, who are exempt from income taxation pursuant to 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(3) may be reduced to the first-tier registration fee provided proof of such status (i.e., IRS certification) is submitted with their registration package.