In mid-June the UK signed a Technology Safeguards Agreement with the US, joining New Zealand which did so in 2016. That leaves Canada and Australia as the remaining members of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance to do so. SpaceQ spoke with Ken Hodgkins, formerly of the US State Department to discuss a possible Technology Safeguards Agreement (TSA) agreement between Canada and the US. This page …Read More »
US signs space Technology Safeguards Agreement with the UK, what about Canada?
Last week the UK and the US announced that they had signed Technology Safeguards Agreement (TSA), an important precursor agreement that will facilitate US companies from operating at UK spaceports and the export of space technology to the UK. It's an important agreement that will bolster the UK space industry and allow US companies to offer services and products they might otherwise not be able …Read More »
Government Policy Wonks Working on Updating Canadian Space Policies
While the space community waits for the government to release a new space strategy, the real work behind the scenes to make that happen is proceeding at a larger scale than the public is aware of.Read More »