DynCorp International Corporate Commitment
International Trade Compliance Policy
DynCorp International operates in many countries where it acts as a provider of U.S. controlled defense services, defense articles, and technical data. As such, DI’s work is subject to U.S. international trade compliance laws and regulations including the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and various sanctions and embargoes issued by the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). These laws and regulations cover the import, export, and re-export of products, services, software, technology, and technical data, sanctions, anti-corruption, and anti-boycott requirements.
Trade Compliance laws and regulations are essential to protect U.S. national interests and security and strict compliance with all applicable international trade controls is a company requirement. DI and its directors, officers, and employees commit to complying fully with U.S. international trade compliance laws and regulations.
Under the direction of the Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Legal Officer, DI has designated empowered senior officers to ensure that the company complies with all international trade and anticorruption compliance laws and regulations.
DI has established policies and procedures to ensure compliance with all applicable trade compliance laws and regulations. All DI employees with international trade responsibility are required to review, understand and comply with international trade laws and regulations as they apply to the performance of their job. Employees with responsibilities related to trade compliance are required to complete trade compliance training and to certify their understanding and agreement to comply with relevant laws and regulations. Managers are responsible for assuring such courses are completed and the HR Department maintains records of course completion.