INSTRUCTIONS FOR DSP-83
The U.S. Department of State requires that this completed form DSP-83 be included as a part of an application for authorization to export significant military equipment and classified equipment or data (22 CFR §§123.10(a), 124.10 and 125.7.) Failure to submit will result in the application being returned without action. The form DSP-83 must be completed by the appropriate foreign persons (e.g., consignee, end-user, government) and forwarded to the U.S. Department of State through the U.S. person making the application.
1.Item 1. The U.S. Department of State will enter the application number when the form DSP-83 is submitted with the application. The U.S. applicant must provide the application number when form DSP-83 is submitted separately from the application.
2.Item 2. Show the name of the U.S. person submitting the application to the U.S. Department of State.
3.Item 3. Show the foreign person that will receive the articles/data for end-use. A bank, freight forwarding agent, or other intermediary is not acceptable as an end-user.
4.Item 4. Show the country in which the articles/data will ultimately receive end-use.
5.Item 5. Show precise quantities of the articles/data. List each article/data clearly, giving type, model number, make and (if known) U.S. military designation or national stock number. When components and spare parts are involved, fully identify the minor component, major component and end item in which they will be used (e.g., turbine blades for C-34 jet engine for F24B aircraft). Give a separate value for each major component. Values must represent only the selling price and not include supplementary costs such as packing and freight.
6.Item 6. To be completed by the foreign person who has entered into the export transaction with the applicant to purchase the articles/data for delivery to the end-user. This item shall be completed only if the foreign consignee is not the same as the foreign end-user.
7.Item 7. To be completed by the foreign person, in the country of ultimate designation, who will make final use of the articles/data.
8.Item 8. When requested by the U.S. Department of State, this item is to be completed by an official of the country of ultimate destination having the authority to so commit the government of that country.
9.Item 9. Certification of U.S. applicant.
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