Pseudo Foreign Military Sales
Often, the United States military will sell surplus items, services, or training to foreign governments or international agencies. In most cases, these are simply Foreign Military Sales, but in some cases governments proceed with Pseudo Foreign Military Sales. Essentially, the difference between the two is in the way the finances are handled. With Foreign Military Sales (FMS), the US government directly sells an item or service to the buyer. Conversely, with Pseudo Foreign Military Sales, the US government provides the money to the buyer to purchase the item or service directly.
Problems that Come Up in Pseudo Foreign Military Sales
These transactions are not simple, and several problems can arise while both parties are attempting to complete the transaction. First, Pseudo Foreign Military Sales are subject to strict regulations, particularly in regards to compliance with arms control laws. Compliance is vital, but can be difficult to achieve. Additionally, even when a Pseudo Foreign Military Sales is arranged, the buyer may, at times, not receive timely payment for their goods and services. A lack of payment creates obvious issues, and must be addressed and resolved as quickly as possible.
Solving Problems with Pseudo Foreign Military Sales
Our attorneys have years of experience negotiating through potential pitfalls of Pseudo Foreign Military Sales. We are available to advise you on export regulations in addition to making sure you remain compliant with arms control laws. These laws are complex, and must be adhered to for any successful pseudo foreign military sale. It can be difficult to navigate this on your own. We can also help with any claims you may have regarding lack of payment for your goods or services to help get you what you were promised in your contract.
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Content Reviewed by Jason Cejka – Government Contracts Lawyer
Jason Cejka is a Government Contracts lawyer and also represents clients in the firm’s Business Law, Indian Law and Whistleblower practice areas. Mr. Cejka spent much of his career as in-house counsel and business advisor for multi-national government and military contractors. At Lockheed Martin, Cejka worked as Contracts Manager for Missiles and Fire Control. His responsibilities at mctlaw also include cases related to Buy American Act fraud and procurement fraud.
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