Strength in Cooperation
USASAC implements approved U.S. Army security assistance programs, including
Foreign Military Sales cases of defense articles and services to eligible
foreign governments. USASAC is responsible for life cycle management of FMS
cases, from pre-letter of request, development, execution, and closure.
USASAC manages approximately 5,000 FMS cases valued at more than $160.7
billion and interfaces with 119 Security Cooperation Offices nationwide.
FMS Industry Day 2017
The North Alabama International Trade Association's FMS Industry Day will be
held March 2 at 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Jackson Center in Huntsville,
Alabama. The meeting will include an overview of USASAC, the U.S. Army's
foreign military sales process and keynote address from USASAC's commander
Maj. Gen. Stephen Farmen. There is no cost to attend this meeting for NAITA
members and U.S. government employees; $20 for non-members and government
contractors. Advanced reservations are required for all who attend, as
spaces are limited. Reservations can be made at: https://naita.org/event/naita-usasac-fms-industry-day.
Find out the answers to some frequently asked questions regarding doing business via the Amy's Foreign Military Sales program and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) vs Direct Commercial Sales (DCS).
FMS Business Contacts:
AMC Ombudsman 256-450-7550
AMC Small Business 256-450-7953
Life Cycle Management Commands
Useful Export Licensing Links:
Lodged DSP-94 Reporting Information
DoD shipping activities can use this page to view information necessary to
complete the Shippers Export Declaration (SED), IAW the International Traffic In
Arms Regulation (ITAR) 22 CFR 126-6 (6) (i)(ii). This information is updated
regularly and is current as of