Notice Pursuant To the National Cooperative Research and Production Act of 1993-Information Warfare Research Project Consortium

 
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Handbook for Electronic Filing Procedures:
https://www.usitc.gov/documents/handbook_on_
filing_procedures.pdf.
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All contract personnel will sign appropriate
nondisclosure agreements.
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Electronic Document Information System
(EDIS): https://edis.usitc.gov.
limited exclusion order and cease and
desist orders.
Proposed respondents, other
interested parties, and members of the
public are invited to file comments on
any public interest issues raised by the
complaint or § 210.8(b) filing.
Comments should address whether
issuance of the relief specifically
requested by the complainant in this
investigation would affect the public
health and welfare in the United States,
competitive conditions in the United
States economy, the production of like
or directly competitive articles in the
United States, or United States
consumers.
In particular, the Commission is
interested in comments that:
(i) Explain how the articles
potentially subject to the requested
remedial orders are used in the United
States;
(ii) identify any public health, safety,
or welfare concerns in the United States
relating to the requested remedial
orders;
(iii) identify like or directly
competitive articles that complainant,
its licensees, or third parties make in the
United States which could replace the
subject articles if they were to be
excluded;
(iv) indicate whether complainant,
complainant’s licensees, and/or third
party suppliers have the capacity to
replace the volume of articles
potentially subject to the requested
exclusion order and/or a cease and
desist order within a commercially
reasonable time; and
(v) explain how the requested
remedial orders would impact United
States consumers.
Written submissions on the public
interest must be filed no later than by
close of business, eight calendar days
after the date of publication of this
notice in the Federal Register. There
will be further opportunities for
comment on the public interest after the
issuance of any final initial
determination in this investigation. Any
written submissions on other issues
must also be filed by no later than the
close of business, eight calendar days
after publication of this notice in the
Federal Register. Complainant may file
replies to any written submissions no
later than three calendar days after the
date on which any initial submissions
were due. Any submissions and replies
filed in response to this Notice are
limited to five (5) pages in length,
inclusive of attachments.
Persons filing written submissions
must file the original document
electronically on or before the deadlines
stated above. Submissions should refer
to the docket number (‘‘Docket No.
3507’’) in a prominent place on the
cover page and/or the first page. (See
Handbook for Electronic Filing
Procedures, Electronic Filing
Procedures
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). Please note the
Secretary’s Office will accept only
electronic filings during this time.
Filings must be made through the
Commission’s Electronic Document
Information System (EDIS, https://
edis.usitc.gov.) No in-person paper-
based filings or paper copies of any
electronic filings will be accepted until
further notice. Persons with questions
regarding filing should contact the
Secretary at EDIS3Help@usitc.gov.
Any person desiring to submit a
document to the Commission in
confidence must request confidential
treatment. All such requests should be
directed to the Secretary to the
Commission and must include a full
statement of the reasons why the
Commission should grant such
treatment. See 19 CFR 201.6. Documents
for which confidential treatment by the
Commission is properly sought will be
treated accordingly. All information,
including confidential business
information and documents for which
confidential treatment is properly
sought, submitted to the Commission for
purposes of this Investigation may be
disclosed to and used: (i) By the
Commission, its employees and Offices,
and contract personnel (a) for
developing or maintaining the records
of this or a related proceeding, or (b) in
internal investigations, audits, reviews,
and evaluations relating to the
programs, personnel, and operations of
the Commission including under 5
U.S.C. Appendix 3; or (ii) by U.S.
government employees and contract
personnel,
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solely for cybersecurity
purposes. All nonconfidential written
submissions will be available for public
inspection at the Office of the Secretary
and on EDIS.
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This action is taken under the
authority of section 337 of the Tariff Act
of 1930, as amended (19 U.S.C. 1337),
and of §§ 201.10 and 210.8(c) of the
Commission’s Rules of Practice and
Procedure (19 CFR 201.10, 210.8(c)).
By order of the Commission.
Issued: November 16, 2020.
Lisa Barton,
Secretary to the Commission.
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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Antitrust Division
Notice Pursuant To the National
Cooperative Research and Production
Act of 1993—Information Warfare
Research Project Consortium
Notice is hereby given that, on
November 9, 2020, pursuant to Section
6(a) of the National Cooperative
Research and Production Act of 1993,
15 U.S.C. 4301 et seq. (‘‘the Act’’),
Information Warfare Research Project
Consortium (‘‘IWRP’’) has filed written
notifications simultaneously with the
Attorney General and the Federal Trade
Commission disclosing changes in its
membership. The notifications were
filed for the purpose of extending the
Act’s provisions limiting the recovery of
antitrust plaintiffs to actual damages
under specified circumstances.
Specifically, ADI Technologies Inc.,
Chantilly, VA; Advent SVCS LLC.,
Panama City, FL; AIRBUS U.S. Space &
Defense Inc., Herndon, VA; Alteryx Inc.,
Irvine, CA; Analytical Graphics Inc.,
Exton, PA; Anduril Industries Inc.,
Irvine, CA; Blue Danube Systems Inc.,
Santa Clara, CA; Boonton Electronics, A
wireless Telecom Group CO.,
Parsippany, NJ; Cask NX LLC, San
Diego, CA; Celona Inc., Cupertino, CA;
CohesionForce Inc., Huntsville, AL;
Cyberspace Solutions LLC, Herndon,
VA; Darkblade Systems Corporation,
Winchester, VA; Dynamic Dimension
Technologies LLC, Westminster, MD;
Elder, Robert James (dba) Strategy
Alternative Consulting, Shreveport, LA;
Frequency Electronics Inc., Uniondale,
NY; Future Tense LLC, Ashburn, VA;
General Atomics Electromagnetic
Systems (EMS), San Diego, CA; Genus
Group LLC, North Potomac, MD;
Gnostech LLC, Warminster, PA; Hashlit
Inc., dba Corsha, Vienna, VA; High Tide
Technology LLC, N. Charleston, SC; iC–
1 Solutions LLC, Herndon, VA;
IDEAMATICS Inc., McLean, VA; Idemia
National Security Solutions LLC,
Alexandria, VA; Infiltron Software
Suite, Warner Robins, GA; JC3 LLC,
Rockbridge Baths, VA; JCS Solutions
LLC, Fairfax, VA; John Mezzalingua
Associates LLC, dba JMA Wireless,
Liverpool, NY; Knight Sky LLC,
Frederick, MD; Kranze Technology
Solutions Inc., Prospect Heights, IL;
LAINE LLC, Goose Creek, SC;
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LOCATORX INC., Suwanee, GA;
Lockheed Martin Rotary and Missions
Systems (BU), Colorado Springs, CO;
MAG DS Corp (dba MAG
Aerospace),Fairfax, VA; Mobilestack
Inc., Dublin, CA; Motorola Solutions
Inc., US Federal Markets Division,
Linthicum MD; Mythics Inc., Virginia
Beach, VA; Nakupuna Solutions,
Arlington, VA; Otava Inc., Moorestown,
NJ; Oteemo Inc., Reston, VA; Pinnacle
Consulting Team LLC, Bridgeton, MO;
Presence Product Group LLC, San
Francisco, CA; Presidio Networked
Solutions LLC, Fulton, MD; Rajant
Corporation, Malvern, PA; Raytheon
Applied Signal Technology Inc.,
Anaheim, CA; Red Hat Inc., with Red
Hat Professional Consulting Inc.,
Raleigh, NC; Rincon Research
Corporation, Tucson, AZ; Scalable
Network Technologies Inc., Culver City,
CA; SecureCo, New York, NY;
SecureLogix Corporation, San Antonio,
TX; SES Government Solutions Inc.,
Reston, VA; Silver Palm Technologies
LLC, Ijamsville MD; Simba Chain INC.,
Plymouth, IN; Stephenson Technologies
Corporation, Baton Rouge, LA; Systems
Engineering Group Inc., Columbia, MD;
Technology Advancement Group Inc.,
(TAG),Dulles, VA; Tercero Technologies
LLC, Pittsburgh, PA; The Boeing
Company, Long Beach, CA; The Regents
of the University of Colorado, Boulder,
CO; Tracen Technologies Inc.,
Manassas, VA; Vannevar Labs, Palo
Alto, CA; and XR2LEAD LLC, Dumfries,
VA have been added as parties to this
venture.
Also, Cask Technologies LLC., San
Diego, CA; CommTech Systems Inc., El
Cajo, CA; and ODME Solutions LLC.,
San Diego, CA have withdrawn from
this venture.
No other changes have been made in
either the membership or planned
activity of the group research project.
Membership in this group research
project remains open, and IWRP intends
to file additional written notifications
disclosing all changes in membership.
On October 15, 2018, IWRP filed its
original notification pursuant to Section
6(a) of the Act. The Department of
Justice published a notice in the Federal
Register pursuant to Section 6(b) of the
Act on October 23, 2018 (83 FR 53499).
The last notification was filed with
the Department on July 14, 2020. A
notice was published in the Federal
Register pursuant to Section 6(b) of the
Act on August 3, 2020 (85 FR 46729).
Suzanne Morris,
Chief, Premerger and Division Statistics,
Antitrust Division.
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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Antitrust Division
Notice Pursuant to the National
Cooperative Research and Production
Act of 1993—Space Enterprise
Consortium
Notice is hereby given that, on
October 27, 2020, pursuant to Section
6(a) of the National Cooperative
Research and Production Act of 1993,
15 U.S.C. 4301 et seq. (‘‘the Act’’), Space
Enterprise Consortium (‘‘SpEC’’)
has filed written notifications
simultaneously with the Attorney
General and the Federal Trade
Commission disclosing changes in its
membership. The notifications were
filed for the purpose of extending the
Act’s provisions limiting the recovery of
antitrust plaintiffs to actual damages
under specified circumstances.
Specifically,
Alliance Technology Group, LLC,
Hanover, MD; BlackHays Group, Cedar
Point, NC; CEB Metasystems, Inc., Los
Alamitos, CA; Cyberspace Solutions,
LLC, Herndon, VA; Dell Federal
Systems L.P., Round Rock, TX; Electric
Sky, Inc., Mercer Island, WA;
Envistacom LLC, Atlanta, GA; FST
International, LLC, Dulles, VA; GMV
Innovating Solutions, Inc., Rockville,
MD; Guardtime Federal, LLC,
Alexandria, VA; ICR, Inc., Aurora, CO;
II–VI Aerospace Defense, Murrieta, CA;
Innovative Concepts Solutions,
Greenbelt, MD; Kymeta Government
Solutions, Inc., Redmond, WA; L3Harris
Technologies, Fort Wayne, IN;
Labsphere, Inc., North Sutton, NH;
Launcher Space, Brooklyn, NY; Lunar
Resources, Inc., Houston, TX; Micro
Craft, Tullahoma, TN; Micro Focus
Government Solutions, Vienna, VA;
Microlink Devices, Inc., Niles, IL;
Mobilestack Inc., Dublin, CA; Naval
Systems Incorporated, Lexington, MD;
OEwaves, Inc., Pasadena, CA; Oteemo,
Inc., Chantilly, VA; PathFinder Digital
LLC, Sanford, FL; PTC, Boston, MA;
Rebellion Defense, Inc., Washington,
DC; Special Aerospace Services,
Boulder, CO; Spire Global, Inc., San
Francisco, CA; Stryke Industries, Fort
Wayne, IN; Systems and Proposal
Engineering Company (dba SPEC
Innovations), Manassas, VA; TechTrend,
Fairfax, VA; UBERETHER, Inc., Sterling,
VA; Virtualitics, Inc., Pasadena, CA;
Visual Connections, Windsor Hill, MD;
Vitro Technology Group, Austin, TX;
Whitney, Bradley & Brown WBB, Inc.,
Reston, VA; and Xplore, Inc., Mercer
Island, WA; have been added as parties
to this venture.
Also, Decisive Analytics Corp.,
Arlington, VA; Dynetics Technical
Solution, Huntsville, AL; Fairwinds,
Annapolis, MD; Kubos, Denton, TX;
Longbow Software, LLC, Englewood,
CO; Metronome LLC, Fairfax, VA;
Microwave Photonics, West Chester,
PA; Optisys, West Jordan, UT; Orbital
Science Corporation, Dulles, VA; Rocket
Propulsion, Renton, WA; RoGo Fire,
LLC, Westminster, CO; Systems
Engineering Associates, Inc., Torrance,
CA; and The NAVYS Corp., Colorado
Springs, CO; have withdrawn as parties
to this venture.
No other changes have been made in
either the membership or planned
activity of the group research project.
Membership in this group research
project remains open, and SpEC intends
to file additional written notifications
disclosing all changes in membership.
On August 23, 2018, SpEC filed its
original notification pursuant to Section
6(a) of the Act. The Department of
Justice published a notice in the Federal
Register pursuant to Section 6(b) of the
Act on October 2, 2018 (83 FR 49576).
The last notification was filed with
the Department on July 28, 2020. A
notice was published in the Federal
Register pursuant to Section 6(b) of the
Act on August 05, 2020 (85 FR 47404).
Suzanne Morris,
Chief, Premerger and Division Statistics
Antitrust Division.
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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Antitrust Division
Notice Pursuant to The National
Cooperative Research and Production
Act of 1993—Countering Weapons of
Mass Destruction
Notice is hereby given that, on
October 28, 2020, pursuant to Section
6(a) of the National Cooperative
Research and Production Act of 1993,
15 U.S.C. 4301 et seq. (‘‘the Act’’),
Countering Weapons of Mass
Destruction (‘‘CWMD’’) has filed written
notifications simultaneously with the
Attorney General and the Federal Trade
Commission disclosing changes in its
membership. The notifications were
filed for the purpose of extending the
Act’s provisions limiting the recovery of
antitrust plaintiffs to actual damages
under specified circumstances.
Specifically, AVOX Systems, Inc.,
Lancaster, NY; Bryce Space and
Technology, LLC, Alexandria, VA;
C2Sense, Inc., Watertown, MA; Cahaba
Micro, LLC, Watertown, MA; CFD
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