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Space and Advanced Technology Staff

Bureau of Oceans and International
Environmental and Scientific Affairs

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The Space and Advanced Technology (SAT) Staff handles international space issues and multilateral science and advanced technology questions. Its objectives are to ensure that U.S. space policies and multilateral science activities support U.S. foreign policy objectives and enhance the competitiveness of the U.S. aerospace industry. The SAT staff has primary responsibility for U.S. representation on the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, the NATO Science Committee, and the OECD Committee on Scientific and Technological Policy. SAT also maintains the U.S. Registry of Space Objects and reviews export license requests for space technology.

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For more information, contact SAT Staff Director Ralph Braibanti at BraibantiRB@state.gov

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