Transfers to Indonesia: 1993 to Present
The Clinton Administration notified Congress
of the following proposed government-negotiated Foreign Military
Sales (FMS) agreements, export licenses for industry-negotiated
Direct Commercial Sales (DCS), leases of equipment, and reduced
price or free excess defense article (EDA) transfers to Indonesia.
The Arms Export Control Act requires only that the administration
notify Congress of FMS and DCS valued at $14 million or more.
Sales below that threshold are not recorded here. Congress has
30 days to stop proposed FMS agreements or DCS licenses from
going forward. To block a sale, a two-thirds majority in both
houses of Congress must pass a resolution of disapproval. None
of the following sales were challenged.
Items listed below were not necessarily transferred. They
only represent transactions in the late stages of negotiations
transmitted to Congress for their approval.