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C7.15.4. Controlled Cryptographic Elements (CCIs). CCIs are unclassified but controlled secure telecommunications equipment and associated cryptographic components, components or other hardware or firmware performing a critical COMSEC (Communications Security) function. All CCI deliveries must be transferred from the relevant COMSEC Custodian in the United States Government (USG) to the buyer`s Comsec Custodian. This transfer is documented via the SF-153 COMSEC Material Report, which requires the receiving COMSEC Custodian to inform the sending COMSEC Custodian of the receipt of the item. Since there are specific processes for the release and transfer of KICs to partners and allies, CCI recipients are divided into two groups with different transport requirements. C7.15.4.2. All other consignees. In accordance with bilateral agreements and authorizations for the declassification of COMSEC equipment to non-NATO partners (with the exception of Australia and New Zealand), the USG retains ownership of the equipment. Accordingly, the TIC must be transported to the consignee by SDR or DTC 8 procedures. These procedures apply both to the first shipment and to the necessary return of CCI to the United States. Any derogation must be approved by the DSCA (Strategy Directorate).

DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY 201 12TH STREET SOUTH, STE 203 ARLINGTON, VA 22202-5408 If you have any questions regarding this guide, please contact Mr. Todd Hughes, DSCA-STR/POL, todd.hughes@dsca.mil, (703) 604-6598. SECURITY ASSISTANCE ASSISTANCE MANUAL (SAMM), E-CHANGE 217 Revised Guidance for Transportation of Controlled Cryptographic Items C7.15.4.1. NATO member countries, Australia and New Zealand. The KICs, which are purchased through SGF from NATO members in Australia and New Zealand, become these nations. These countries are allowed to circulate items through SGF carriers, provided that transparency and accountability are maintained at all times during transport. Buyer may impose stricter controls for shipping CCI for transportation outside the United States. The attached amendment to the Security Management Manual (SAMM) revises Chapter 7 to include WWX as a viable means for transporting unclassified and unencrypted KICs to an OCONUS site. The change also includes other shipping options for CCI. Chapter 7 of the SAMM is updated in accordance with the Annex and this change is added to the online version of the SAMM on the DSCA website www.dsca.mil/samm/ as SAMM E-Change 217.

This change is effective immediately. C7.15.4.2.1.1. World Wide Express (WWX). WWX can be used by the USG to move CCI for OCONUS FMS customers. WWX offers international commercial express packages (letter at 300 lbs) in a timely manner, port-to-door and delivery with accurate transport visibility service for DOD and USG Civil authorities. USG senders must create an account and arrange individual shipments. When cci is shipped by WWX, external markings on the packaging should not label the contents as CCI. For additional instructions on how to use WWX. See Chapter 202 of the RTD. AmC`s Commercial Services provides details on creating a WWX account and procedures at: www.amc.af.mil Chapter 205 of the Defense Transportation Regulations (DTR) has recently been revised, to include the use of carriers authorized by USTRANSCOM`s Worldwide Express (WWX) as an option for the OCONUS movement of unclassified and unencrypted cryptographic objects (CCI) in the defense transport system. WWX can be used by the USG for international express parcel transport and international heavy parcel transport for letter parcels weighing up to 300 pounds. STATE/PM-RSAT AFRICOM CENTCOM EUCOM NORTHCOM PACOM SOCOM SOUTHCOM SOUTHCOM USASAC USASAC-NC SATFA TRADOC NAVSUP WSS NAVICP NETSAFA AFSAC AFSAT DISAM MARCOR IP SCETC USCG International Affairs (G-CI) C7.15.4.2.1.

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