A Technology Control Plan (TCP) stipulates how an export controlled item will be controlled from unauthorized access. A TCP is identified in the National Industrial Security Operating Manual (NISPOM) and the International Traffic and Arms Regulations (ITAR) and highlights the use of TCP to control access by foreign persons. This is more than just putting a sign on the door to a facility. The TCP: identifies the controlled item(s); plans for storing and securing the controlled items; a list of authorized personnel; procedures for guarding against unauthorized access (such as encryption, visitor logs, etc.); locations for project activities and storage; export control training requirements; and process for auditing and monitoring.
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