A Joint Certification Program (JCP) certification is required by U.S. or Canadian Government Contractors wanting to obtain access to unclassified technical data drawings disclosing militarily critical technology with military or space application that is under the control of, or in the possession of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) or the Canadian Department of National Defense (DND)
To get your JCP number complete form DD 2345 - mail the original completed copy along with a copy of your company's incorporation certificate or state / provincial license, or sale tax identification form or any other document which verifies the legitimacy of the company to:
U.S./CANADA JOINT CERTIFICATION OFFICE
The U.S. / Canada Joint Certification Program (JCP) is managed by the U.S. / Canada Joint Certification Office (JCO). The JCO, a common, jointly staffed office, is located at the Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS).
The JCO receives and processes the DD Form 2345, Militarily Critical Technical Agreements, submitted by U.S. and Canadian contractors that wish to obtain access to unclassified technical data disclosing critical technology under the control of, or in the possession of DoD or DND.
The United States and Canada share a unique, long-standing military and
economic relationship. The two countries are partners in the joint defense of
North America and have established a bilateral common structure (NORAD) for
mutual defense. Canadian industry is a part of the North American Defense
No, the U.S./Canada Joint Certification Program was informed by
their legal advisor that an original signature is required and
therefore need the original signed copy.
The U.S./Canada Joint Certification Program will return an
approved and signed certified form, which will include your
certification number and expiration date within 5 days of receipts.
Please complete, sign and forward a revised DD Form 2345 to our
Send your completed form to the address indicated at the top of
the DD Form 2345:
Certification under the JCP establishes the eligibility of a U.S.
or Canadian contractor to receive technical data governed, in the
U.S., by DoD Directive 5230.25 and, in Canada, by the Technical Data
Control Regulations (TDCR)
A certification is required by U.S. or Canadian contractors that
wish to obtain access to unclassified technical data disclosing
militarily critical technology with military or space application
that is under the control of, or in the possession of the U.S.
Department of Defense (DoD) or the Canadian Department of National
Contractors must submit a
to the U.S./Canada Joint Certification Office, along with a copy
of the company's State/Provincial License, Incorporation
Certificate, Sales Tax Identification Form or other documentation
which verifies the legitimacy of the company.
The U.S./Canada Joint Certification Program
located at Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS) in Battle
Creek, MI is the only authorized source of Certification Numbers.
The United States and Canada have agreed that the certification
process can be used to facilitate visits to U.S. or Canadian
military installations that involve access to UNCLASSIFIED technical
Procurement activities such as pre-solicitation conferences, discussions related to unclassified solicitations, and collection of procurement unclassified documents (RFQ's, RFP's, bid sets, etc);
Performance of an unclassified contract;
Scientific research, in a professional capacity, in support of unclassified U.S. or Canadian defense initiatives;
Attendance at restricted meetings, conferences, symposia, or
program briefings where technical data governed by DoD Directive
5230.25 or Canadian TDCR will be presented.
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