The Provisions On The Protection Of The Republic Of Latvia And The Ministry Of The United States Department Of Defense National Geospatial Intelligence Agency And Cooperation Agreements On Cooperation In Geospatial Information And Services

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par Latvijas Republikas Aizsardzības ministrijas un Amerikas Savienoto Valstu Aizsardzības departamenta Nacionālās Ģeotelpiskās izlūkošanas aģentūras apmaiņas un sadarbības līgumu par sadarbību ģeotelpiskās informācijas un pakalpojumu jomā

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 483 in Riga, 11 May 2004 (pr. 28. § 36) the rules on the Protection of the Republic of Latvia and the Ministry of the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and cooperation agreements on cooperation in geospatial information and services Issued under Cabinet installations article 14 of the law, first paragraph, point 3-1. the Ministry of defence and the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and cooperation agreements on cooperation in geospatial information and services (hereinafter referred to as the agreement) with these terms are accepted and approved. 2. the agreement shall enter into force for the period specified in article 14 and in order. Prime Minister i. Emsis, in place of the Minister of Defence Minister of the ER ivry adopted and approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of 11 May 2004 Regulation No. 483 of the Republic of Latvia, the Ministry of defence and the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and cooperation agreements on cooperation in geospatial information and services of the United States the PREAMBLE, the Department of Defense National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia (hereinafter referred to as the parties) There is a common interest protection; There is a common interest in achieving the objectives of the national geospatial information and services (GIS); Recognizing the product, data, publications, GIS-related material and equipment standardisation, rationalisation and interoperability benefits; Desiring to achieve common objectives, using GIS technology and production procedures; Desiring to improve their conventional defense capabilities, using new technologies; have agreed: (I) article terms and abbreviations in the controlled access to information access to information to which, in accordance with the existing national rules and regulations, as appropriate, the access or distribution limitations. Regardless of whether information is provided or generated pursuant to this contract, it will be marked to indicate the information "confidential" nature. This condition also applies to the information that was removed, the level of secrecy, but it remains under control. Such marks may include: "restricted access information" (Limited Distribution, LIMD); "Only for use of the service" (For Official Use Only, FOU) or "owner" for use, "Proprietary" (Proprietary).

Copyright Law provides for original work by law enforcement, which can include database, maps, sea navigation and aeronautical charts.

GIS and Geospatial Information Services (abbreviated GIS). GIS means: geodetic, ģeomagnētisk, air navigation, topographical, hydrological, satelītfotogrāfisk, cartographic, historical, bathymetric and toponīmisk data collection, conversion, production, display, distribution and storage. GIS definition also includes topographic, hydrographic and navigation object effects on military operations or intelligence assessment. Data can be displayed in a topographical, planimetrisk, terrain, or thematic maps and graphic manner, also as a maritime and aeronautical navigation charts and publications; and simulated photographic, digital or computerized format.

NGA National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

The Party (parties) the parties, within the meaning of this agreement the Republic of Latvia, the Ministry of Defense and the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

Any third party person or entity, except to the parties of the Agency, the Government officials or employees. Government contractors are not considered third parties, if they are provided with information, use the products, data, and materials in accordance with the objectives of this agreement.

W G S World Geodetic System.

Article II objectives 2.1. Exchanges and cooperation framework for geospatial information and services (hereinafter referred to as the agreement) aims to: 2.1.1. exchanging information for protection of the parties ' use of the Government and government purposes, which may include co-production programmes, production and cooperation activities. Exchangeable objects include and are not limited to, maps, sea navigation and aeronautical maps, information, data, and associated materials in printed or digital format, geodetic, geophysical, ģeomagnētisk and gravimetric data; propagating materials; specifications, publications and other materials. 2.1.2. ensure co-production programmes and mutual technical assistance between the parties in agreement, geospatial data products, and other related materials, the GIS which is necessary to the production. 2.1.3. To exchange technical and procedural information related to geospatial products, and related GIS data, methods, materials, specifications and procedures for collection, evaluation, processing and production format standardization. The following Exchange to promote international standardization in General and to promote the interoperability of products between the parties. 2.1.4. To establish technical assistance and the exchange of technological information, with respect to innovation, Geodesy and Geophysics mapping in areas of manufacturing processes and technologies. 2.1.5. Annually exchange information on production planning and production plan. 2.1.6. Establish and implement training programs in disciplines related to the objectives of this agreement. Article III the execution and additions to ANNEX 3.1. This agreement (I) referred to in article subject to conditions, procedures, obligations and technical details are described in separate annexes to the contract execution. Each executing on its special formula annex objectives, obligations, conditions and/or co-production of exchange procedures, obligations of the parties; the products, data, publications, interchangeable GIS related material, as well as other issues related to GIS, the parties of the agreement. Execution of this contract shall be signed by the annex or their authorised persons. 3.2. Execution of attachments include use and distribution (release) guidelines. Implemented by the parties executing attachments according to the parties ' current and future opportunities, in accordance with these objectives, the available GIS resources (equipment, personnel, and finance). 3.3. to implement the enforcement annex, it can be Add supplements. Additions to the content of such information, but is not limited to it, including: interchangeable, kopražot or loaned the geospatial data products, publications and related materials and their description of the GIS quantity, distribution procedures and recipient addresses. Article IV the mutual obligations and responsibilities 4.1. exchanging products, data, publications and related GIS materials and reproduction, the parties agree to comply with usage, the output (output), reproduction and distribution restrictions, which, according to the annex, with her performance in the piegādājoš party. Each party may reproduce on the other hand received geospatial products, information, data, publications and related materials under the GIS supplier side. Questions about the product, data and GIS related material reproduction, copyright, trademark, and output (output) restrictions are specified separately in the annexes of the execution and/or clarify the relevant appendices to the annexes of the execution. 4.2. Topographical, maritime navigation and aeronautical products and data, publications, reproduction materials, geodetic or geophysical data, digital data, or materials related to GIS, including individual parts, delivered by one party to the other, can be transferred to any country of the receiving party organization, but can not be transferred to third parties without the supplier's written consent of the parties, unless it is specifically permitted in the relevant annex of the execution. Information that is delivered to other government organizations or parties [each of] the Government's contractor, is marked with a classification or distribution codes to ensure the material, data or information in the outside of this organization. Exchange and pavairoto products, data, publications and related materials for the GIS side uses the objectives of this agreement. 4.3. where a party to any geospatial data products, publications or related material are copies of the GIS greatly damaged and is no longer usable, but the other party these copies are available, then the other party may, on the basis of reimbursement later, to supply copies of the relevant material to the GIS to restore sufficient production and satisfy both parties and individual State GIS application. On a case-by-case basis, the Parties shall define the geospatial products to be delivered, or the amount of data and the duration of such supplies. 4.4. (printed) Printed geospatial products, with which the parties exchanged or produced in accordance with the provisions of this agreement may be modified (converted) in digital format without the additional consent of the party of origin. 4.5. the parties, individually, agree to establish a settlement procedure for interchangeable and joint production of geospatial data products, publications and related materials or the GIS services pursuant to this agreement. To ensure the enforcement of this agreement and the annex of the conditions of implementation of equality, they are reviewed each year. 4.6. no equipment pursuant to this agreement, which defines the product, data, geospatial, GIS, or related material publication, which shall be supplied by the party may not be used, if the financial or management control of this equipment shall be carried out subject (Organization), which is not a party to this agreement and if there is no geospatial products, data, publications or materials related to the GIS piegādājoš party prior written approval, except if it is defined in the relevant annex of the execution. 4.7. the parties agree that all NG/Ministry of defence Exchange or jointly produced geospatial products, data and GIS related materials delivered under this contract, NG and the enforcement provisions of the annex, NGA can put a multinational, coalition or other joint forces protection, humanitarian, peace-keeping and related activities, as long as both parties participating in these activities. In cases where the defence, humanitarian, peacekeeping or events associated with them just one party to pass this side products, data and GIS related materials to other participants of the measures require the permission of the other party. Article v financial arrangements 5.1 each Party shall bear its own operations, management and administration costs which it incurred in connection with this agreement. Costs are considered parties in support of investment Contract. If necessary, specific performance may be different from that provided for in this paragraph the financial agreement. 5.2. the Party shall immediately inform the other party, if the funds available are not sufficient to meet the obligations laid down in this Treaty. If one of the Parties notifies the other party that it reduces or stops funding this contract, the Parties shall immediately begin consultations on options to continue cooperation on a mutually defined and change principles. 5.3. Under this agreement, to avoid to make cash payments for interchangeable products, data, publications and related materials for the GIS. Article vi information security in accordance with the purposes of the parties, this agreement and the annex set out in the framework of enforcement activities are classified. Under this agreement will not be delivered or prepared classified information. Article VII controlled access to information access to information controlled 7.1, which is provided or prepared under contract, is controlled as follows, except where this agreement does not establish or information in writing to the party of origin is not specified by other procedures: 7.1.1. controlled access to information is used only for the purposes authorized in this agreement; 7.1.2. the available information can be Controlled access to those employees who need it, according to the above-mentioned authorized use, and such information is subject to article VIII (sales and TRANSFERS to third parties). 7.1.3. the Parties shall use all legal means available to himself, including the national classified information, to prevent controlled further spread of information available (including the request in accordance with the legislative provisions), except in the cases referred to in the previous subparagraph, if the party of origin agrees to distribute information. Information distributed or, if it is possible that controlled access to information will be next to be distributed under the terms of legislation, must immediately inform the originating party information. 7.2. To help ensure adequate controls, the party of origin guarantees the control of the appropriate labelling of information available. The Parties shall, with the prior written decision shall be laid down as to be controlled access to information. 7.3 actions on controlling information available, delivered or produced in accordance with this agreement, be carried out in order to ensure the control according to the provisions of this article. 7.4. the available information prior to the issue of transfer, Contracting Parties must ensure that contractors have a legal obligation to control the following control available information in accordance with the provisions of this article. 7.5. This article contains safety information obligations remain in force notwithstanding the termination of this agreement or its term ends. Article VIII sales and TRANSFERS to third parties the parties sold, transferring ownership, does not disclose or share ownership of existing geospatial data products, publications and related materials or the GIS equipment purchased, exchanged under this agreement or to include something that was exchanged in accordance with this agreement, a person who is not a party officer, employee or agent (other than a transportation agency) unless it is not in accordance with the annex to the implementing as well as not used and prohibit the use them for purposes other than permitted, if one was not previously received piegādājoš the written consent of the parties. Piegādājoš party is solely responsible for the authorisation of such a transfer, and if necessary, specify the method and conditions of transfer. Article IX institutional visits 9.1. each Party shall permit the staff of the other party or the other (s) Contracting officers visit their government institutions, agencies, laboratories and industrial plant of the contractor, provided that we agree to the visit, the two parties and employees have all the necessary and appropriate security clearances, and they have the necessary knowledge about the procedures for the use of the information in these institutions. 9.2. All visitors must obey the safety rules of the host Party. Any information that is disclosed or transferred to the visitors, shall be deemed to be delivered to the party that pays the visitors stay, and is subject to the provisions of this agreement. 9.3. the Parties requests its employees to attend another party official and must comply with host country visits. 9.4 each party's list of employees who regularly visit the institutions of the other party, shall be submitted in accordance with the official party host international visits procedures. Article x of the LENDING facilities and MATERIALS, sales and service, both parties may provide each other with equipment or materials necessary for the execution of the provisions of this agreement and on what mutually agreed. The receiving party loaned or transferred equipment and materials for use exclusively in this agreement and in accordance with the objectives of the individual provisions of the contract of Loan. Article XI to the military STATUS of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization member States of 19 June 1951, the Treaty of London on the status of the armed forces (NATO sofa). Article XII settlement of disputes 12. disputes between the parties arising out of this agreement or arising in connection with this agreement, or any of the executing attachments, are addressed only to the parties, in consultation as a lower instance and is not transferred for consideration by national or international court or the examination of a third party. Article XIII General provisions 13.1. activity of the parties under this Agreement shall take place in accordance with the laws of the countries concerned and cannot be contrary to the parties ' national or international law. In the case of disagreement, leading the force's international and national legislation. Both parties shall inform each other of legislative disagreement. 13.2. The parties ' commitment to comply with their financial possibilities. 13.3. all of this contract, the action of the United States Department of Defense and the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia conducted on behalf of the specified organizations according to the individual executing this agreement specified in the annexes. 8.3. in case of disagreement between this agreement and any annexes to this contract execution, the text of the Agreement shall prevail. Article XIV amendments, termination of contract, date of entry into FORCE and duration this agreement 14.1., its execution and additions to the annex may be amended by the parties by written agreement. Annexes and additions of execution can be amended and new annexes may be added, the persons authorised to sign the implementing attachments or Deputy appointed by mutual written agreement. New additions to the executing attachments can be added to, the persons authorised to sign the implementing attachments or Deputy appointed by mutual written agreement. Implementing annex or Appendix modification does not require review or modification of the contract, and the New Addition is not necessary to add a performance review or amendment of the annex. The parties may authorise other authorities of their countries to sign the execution of attachments or additions. 14.2. This agreement and/or any of the attachments may be terminated at any time by the parties by mutual written agreement. If the parties agree to this agreement and/or any execution of the annex, the Parties shall consult prior to the date of termination to ensure termination of most economically advantageous and equitable way. 14.3. Each Party may terminate this agreement or the enforcement of the annex, by giving the other party written notice 180 days in advance. After receipt of such notification the parties consulting the road immediately to agree on appropriate further action. This contract, or any performance in the event of termination of the annex, the following provisions shall apply: 14.3.1. This contract, or any performance in the event of termination of the annex, the Parties shall prepare a mutually approved the termination of the Protocol, which include the outstanding commitment of the procedures stemming from the time when the agreement or the enforcement annex was in force, to comply. 14.3.2. the parties continue the cooperation of the financial or other means until the termination date. Each Party shall bear its own expenses arising from the winding-up. 14.3.3. The provisions of this agreement by the party saves all the information, products, data, GIS and related rights received in accordance with the provisions of this agreement. 14.4. Termination shall discontinue all executing attachments. 14.5. the rights and obligations of the parties in the context of article VI (security); Article VII (CONTROL available Information); Article VIII (sales and TRANSFERS to third parties) and article XI (military force) remain in force, notwithstanding the termination of this agreement, withdrawal or expiry of the contract dispute. 9.1. this agreement, which consists of a preamble, fourteen (14) articles and two (2) executing attachments: Appendix A due (topographic products, data, publications, and related geospatial information and service materials) and performance Annex B (GEODETIC and geophysical data, publications and related geospatial information and service materials), shall enter into force after both parties have signed it, and remain in force until terminated or interrupted. The above attest to the agreement reached between the United States Department of Defense and the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia on the topics listed in this document. The above attest to the agreement reached between the United States Department of Defense and the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia on the topics listed in this document. The signatories to this agreement certify that the authorized person. The contract is drawn up in duplicate in the English and Latvian languages, both copies are completely authentic. The text of the Treaty, the interpretation of the different cases, it is the text in English. Each party has one signed copy in each language.

Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia, on behalf of the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency on behalf of Edgar Rinkēvič James r. Clappers Secretary Lieutenant General (atv), U.S. GSA Director date date-site performance Annex A the Republic of Latvia, the Ministry of defence and the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Cooperation Treaty on cooperation in geospatial information and services in the field of topographic products , Data, publications, and related geospatial information and services materials performance Annex A On topographic products, data, publications, and related geospatial information and services materials is the framework agreement for exchanges and cooperation between the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the Defense Ministry of the Republic of Latvia on cooperation in geospatial information and services (hereinafter referred to as the agreement). 1. purpose 1.1. this annex aims due to determine the order in which the United States Department of Defense and the Defense Ministry of the Republic of Latvia of mapping organizations exchanged between the parties printed/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related geospatial information and services (GIS) materials, and ensure mutual interests of co-production of services. Map of the United States organization is the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and mapping organization of the Republic of Latvia is the Ministry of Defense, hereinafter called the parties. Implementation of the common objectives, the parties agree to this enforcement the provisions set out in the annex, procedures and obligations. 2. EXCHANGEABLE/materials to BE SUPPLIED 2.1. All print/digital topographic data of products, publications and related GIS delivery of materials must be carried out according to this annex 4 of the enforcement section (see below) "sending Material" dispatch instructions. 2.1. the Topographic map library copies: topographical maps of the Library copy, which is supplied in Appendix I, part automatically delivered to each other free of charge. One party may deliver to the other provided in Appendix I and Appendix V requested additional copies topographic products. 2.1.2. propagating material: the Parties shall, on request, supply one (1) complete set of propagation material for each product intended for topographical in Appendix I, page. Each side of the propagation material supplied by the other party can use for printing items and their use without prior original produced by the party's written permission. 2.1.3. Publications and GIS related materials: the Parties shall exchange free of charge publication copies topographic and GIS related materials in accordance with Appendix I. Topographic publications in addition to the copies and related materials that the GIS is intended, is required in Appendix I in accordance with Appendix IV and the parties it can deliver to each other. 2.1.4. information on the geographical names of the parties, in accordance with the Appendix I mutually free of charge exchange of geographical names and place names the information gathered by the Government or other civil organizations. 2.1.5. The items specified in Appendix I: print/digital topographic products, data, publications and GIS related material in addition to copy, including the planning and operational maps item requests and orders are delivered to the appearance that information produced by the party. 2.2. when it is possible, digital topographical data products, publications and related GIS materials which were passed in accordance with the conditions laid down in annex to this performance, deliver digital geographic information exchange standard (Digest) format. In most cases digital topographic products, data, publications and related materials, the GIS are delivered on CD-ROM or the 9660 format ISSS using file transfer protocol (FTP) and the Internet. Complete vektorprodukt in the vektorprodukt format (VPF), use Digest C format. Upon request, supply the Ministry of defence NG of the latest Digest manual and VPF standard. 2.2.1. digital data additions: digital topographical data, products, and hand delivered to each other free of charge, as is set out in the appendices. 2.2.2. publications and related materials: the GIS digital topographical data and GIS related material publication copies are exchanged free of charge in accordance with the appropriate additions. 2.2.3. the application software: 2.2.3.1. NG, in view of its flexibility, can deliver free of charge one (1) copy of each application and of distributed GIS additions (improvements), mentioned in the appendices in relation to digital topographic products and data. 2.2.3.2. The Defense Ministry agrees with the GIS application software delivered NGA conditions did not change its configuration and not in any way do not copy such software without NG's prior written permission. 2.2.3.3. The Ministry of defence line with NG all changes, it takes a GIS application software delivered in the NGA. 2.2.3.4. NG-looking Defense Ministry requests for GIS application software delivered NGA access codes (passwords), examining each request individually. 3. Copyright, use and distribution restrictions 3.1. the parties undertake to respect the copyright, trademark, use, and distribution restrictions, which apply to all printed/digital topographic products, data, publications and related GIS materials in accordance with this annex to ensure the execution of the other party, in accordance with specific instructions for piegādājoš party at a time when the print/digital topographic products, data, publications and related materials are released to the GIS. 3.2. Despite paragraph 3.1, each party grants to the other party for free (gratis) permission to use the parties printed/produced delivered digital topographical data, publications and GIS related materials each party government authorities. 3.3. the Parties shall jointly determined, information products and related GIS material ownership (property rights) and use procedures. 4. sending MATERIAL 4.1. All the parties printed/digital topographical data, publications and related material in the GIS to add the appropriate shipping document, which lists the contents of the consignment. Two or three copies of the shipping documents prepared as follows: one copy of the shipping document is sent to the recipient immediately before the transmission of the material by mail and one copy to accompany the consignment (if necessary the delivery receipt, then add two copies). A copy of the shipping document that will be distributed before the material is not sent automatically in the case of distribution. 4.2. all, in accordance with this annex by executing print/digital interchangeable topographic data, publications and related materials, the GIS are sent without paying freight fees. All shipping costs shall be borne by the sending party. 4.3. Each consignment must be clearly labelled with the words "UNITED States/REPUBLIC OF Latvia BILATERAL agreement Exchange GIS MATERIAL — NON-REIMBURSABL" ("the United States bilateral agreement/Latvian Republic GIS exchange materials — non-refundable"). 4.4. all print/digital topographic products, data, publications and GIS related materials to send to the following addresses: 4.4.1. United States: 4.4.1.1. The Defense Ministry printed/produced digital topographic products, data, publications and related GIS material (library copies, reproduction material, geographical names, catalogs, specifications, publications, etc.) should be sent to: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency) ATTN: OES, Mail Stop D-58 4600 Sangamor Road Bethesda , MD 20816-5003 U. S. A. Phone: + 1-301-227-7950 fax: + 1-301-227-7950 4.4.1.2. The Defense Ministry printed/produced digital topographic products for storage/operational map items should be sent to: dla defense Distribution Mapping Activity U.s. Army Depot's Building D-7986 76726 Germershe Germershe, Germany phone: + 49-7274-965414 fax: + 49-7274-965405 NGA produced 4.4.1.3. print/digital topographic data of products, publications and related GIS material requests and additional war reserve stock shipments should be addressed to the : National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency) ATTN: OES, Mail Stop D-136 4600 Sangamor Road Bethesda, MD 20816-5003 U. S. A. Phone: + 1-301-227-7950 fax: + 1-301-227-2303 4.4.2. In the Republic of Latvia: 4.4.2.1 NGA printed/produced digital topographic products, data, publications and related GIS material (library copies, reproduction material, geographical names and place names, catalogs, specifications, publications, etc.) should be sent to: the Secretary of the Defence Ministry Advisor and geographical information for mapmaking on k.Valdemara Iela 10/12, Riga LV-1473, the Republic of Latvia Tel: + 371 7 33 5184 fax: + 371 7 21 2307 4.4.2.2 Defense Ministry printed/produced digital topographic data of products, publications and related GIS material requests and additional war reserve stock shipments should be addressed to the Ministry of National Defense: armed forces headquarters geographic information service k. Valdemāra Iela 10/12, Riga, LV-1473 of the Republic of Latvia Tel: + 371 7335 328 fax: + 371 7339 974 5. amendments in accordance with ARTICLE XIV of this agreement (amended , Termination, entry into EFFECT, and duration) of new stock and shipment notifications by the parties printed/digital topographic data of products, publications and related materials for the cessation of the manufacture of the GIS automatically creates this enforcement amendments to the annex. 6. Return of materials If this agreement is terminated, the attachment or execution, all printed/digital topographic products, data, publications and related materials with the GIS which the parties have exchanged between them, except in the aizdoto print/digital topographic products, data, publications and related materials, the GIS remain the property of the holder and not be sent back, unless otherwise agreed by the parties. 7. Duration This Implementation Annex shall enter into force on the date when it is signed by both parties and shall remain in force in accordance with article XIV of the Treaty (amendment, termination, entry into EFFECT, and duration). 8. Signing annex to the signatories to this performance shows that it is authorized. Implementing annex drawn up in two copies in Latvian and English languages, both texts are completely authentic. Each party has one signed copy in each language.

Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia, on behalf of the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency on behalf of Edgar Rinkēvič James r. Clappers Secretary of State U.S. GSA (atv), Lieutenant-General Director date date-site enforcement Appendix I Annex A TOPOGRAPHIC products, data, publications, and related geospatial information and services Exchange of MATERIAL 1. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) provides free of charge by the Ministry of defence NG produced printed/digital topographic products , data, publications and related geospatial information and services (GIS). If necessary, expenses in circulation in the first delivery. Then supply the new expenses or adjustments applicable to similar levels. Cards, which made and revert to the Republic of Latvia or third party countries not included. Digital versions of these products (ADRG, CADRG, etc.) can be provided on request, if available and authorized for distribution. Printed products: 1.1 1.1.1. To request delivery of six (6) copies of each of the large scale of the territory of Latvia's current and future costs of products: topographical N701 N752 1.1.2. six (6) copies of each are currently in circulation and to be picked in the future fine-scale war spending: serial 1209 (Europe), GNC04, jnc010, oncd02, oncd03, once03, tpcd02c, tpcd03d, tpce03b 1.2. propagating material: On request, one set of propagation material for each of the NGA and produced 1.1. products referred to in paragraph 1; 1.3. publications, related materials, and the GIS of geographical names data: two (2) copies of each of the products referred to below in this paragraph and, if possible, one (1) copy on CD-ROM or DVD: 1.3.1. currently in circulation and in the future be issued catalogues, technical publications, instructions and specifications in the annex to the said implementing A topographic and GIS related products; 1.3.2. the current NGA/UNITED STATES geographical names (US BGN) of Government of the Republic of Latvia issued on geographical names index (gazetteer) and referred to in paragraph 1.1 of topographical and geographical names of products, or a list of geographical names in print or CD-ROM formats from NG/us administration geographical names geographical names database; the current NGA/UNITED STATES geographical names management principles, operational provisions and procedures for selecting and geographical names standardization, and any other information about the geographical names, of which a mutually agreed. 2. Ministry of defence free of charge supply NG below the Ministry of defence mentioned in the printed/produced digital topographical data products, publications and related geospatial information and services (GIS). First, if necessary, supplies currently in circulation. Then supply the new expenses or additions applicable to similar levels. 2.1 topographic products: 2.1.1. Automatically delivered in six (6) copies of each of the large, medium and small scale current and future topographic products: N756 series 1501/1501-A common operation card on the territory of the Republic of Latvia, the city plans to print and/or 2.1.2 digital national armed forces Chief of staff Ģeoinformācij management of manufactured products. 2.2. the propagation material: On request, one set of propagation material for each of the ministries of defence and produced 2.1. products referred to in paragraph 1; Supplying such propagating material to be delivered in two (2) copies of the printed product. 2.3. the publication of related materials and GIS geographical names data: two (2) copies of each of the mentioned below in this paragraph, the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia publication sovereign territory: 2.3.1. Ministry of defence products, produced topographical data and GIS related material currently in circulation and in the future be issued catalogues, technical publications, instructions and specifications according to Annex A of the execution; 2.3.2. All Department of Defense product nomenclature; 2.3.2. the geographical name information Updated in the following priority order: — the CD-ROM or DVD (preferred); — prints the name of the database; — printed geographical name index (gazetteer). 2.3.4. Of all the Ministry of defence, geodesy, geography, cartography, toponīmik, fotogrammetrij-related publications and reports on the progress of production facilities; 2.3.5. The Republic of Latvia the official description of the State border, including graphical representation, if available; 2.3.6. the Republic of Latvia, the administrative-territorial division of the official description of the structure, including the graphics, if available. Appendix II to Annex A digital performance off-road AUGSTUMDAT (DTEDļ) and exchange the CO-PRODUCTION 1. NG automatically and free of charge, provided the Defense Ministry with the following, mentioned in this paragraph, below: 1.1 one (1) copy of each the latest NGA produced — level 1 DTEDļ with a cell size of one degree, Edition, which covers the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia and other geographical areas, and which is available and for distribution. The next level of supply decided DTEDļ, if their distribution permits the United States Department of Defense. 1.2. On request, the two (2) copies of each technical publications, NGA instructions, specifications, and standards (including amendments/changes) that is associated with the DTEDļ; 1.3. one (1) copy of each eligible distribution to authorized application and one for the production of cell/degree completion, the required format and media requirements. 2. Ministry of defence: 2.1 automatically and for free NG with these supports, the lower the materials referred to in this paragraph shall: 2.1.1. one (1) copy of each of the most recent level 1 DTEDļ Edition produced or acquired by the Department of Defense, or who acquired them. 2.1.2. the four (4) copies of each of the Defense Ministry's technical publications, instructions, specifications, and standards (including amendments/changes) that are related to the digital augstumdat and related materials; 2.1.3. one (1) copy of each eligible distribution to authorized application and one for the production of cell/degree completion, the required format and media requirements. 2.2. using the latest NGA DTEDļ specification in all cases where the Defense Ministry and/or updates NGA DTEDļ cells supplied; 2.3. using the latest NGA DTEDļ specification in all cases when the Defence Ministry made a new level 1 DTEDļ the cells that cover the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia or other specified areas. Appendix III to Annex A performance ARC DIGITIZĒT raster graphics image (ADRG)/ARC of archived DIGITIZĒT raster graphics image (CADRG) co-production and exchange of 1. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA): 1.1 on request and free of charge to ensure protection Ministry with the following at this point the following: 1.1.1. one (1) copy of each available and distributed in later produced ADRG NG/CADRG data or related digital raster data that covers the interest expense under Appendix I of the 1.1 and 2.1. Exchange of products mentioned in paragraph 1; 1.1.2. one copy of CDRGX5NNNQ3136 (NSN 7644014320571); 1.1.3. two (2) copies of each technical publications, NGA instructions, specifications, and standards (including amendments/changes) that are associated with the ADRG/CADRG; 1.1.4. one (1) copy of each eligible distribution to authorized application, and ADRG/CADRG production/completion of the required format and media; 1.2. The Ministry of defence examined requests for Department of Defense produced topographical map of digitizēt conversion (raster) format. 2. Ministry of defence: 2.1 automatically and for free NG with the following provides lower material referred to in this paragraph shall: 2.1.1. one (1) copy of all Department of Defense produced digital raster topographic products or data; 2.1.2. two (2) copies of each of the Defense Ministry's technical publications, instructions, specifications, and standards (including amendments/changes) that are related to the digital raster data; 2.1.3. one (1) copy of each eligible and permitted distribution of application software and digital raster data production/completion of the required format and media; 2.2. using the latest NGA ADRG/CADRG specification in all cases where the Defense Ministry and/or update the ADRG/NGA data delivered CADRG; 2.3. using the latest NGA ADRG/CADRG specification in all cases in which the Defense Department made new ADRG/CADRG data covering the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia or other specified areas. 2.4. Automatically and for free NG provides one (1) copy of each Defence Ministry produced the latest data Edition ADRG/CADRG. Appendix IV to Annex A of the PERFORMANCE of the products, data, TOPOGRAPHIC, publications and related geospatial information and services (GIS) material requests 1. taking into account the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) freedom of action, it may provide to the Ministry of defence requests for printed/produced by NGA digital topographical data, publications and related materials (GIS) copies, except for those materials that are of another bilateral agreement or other restrictions. 2. Taking into account the discretion of the Ministry of defence can provide a NGA requests for Department of Defense produced the print/digital topographical data, publications and related materials (GIS) copies, except for those materials that are of another bilateral agreement or other restrictions. 3. To request the distribution of the information exchange with implementing section 4 of the annex to the "transmission of the MATERIAL". Annex B performance of the Republic of Latvia, the Ministry of defence and the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Cooperation Treaty on cooperation in geospatial information and services in the field of GEODETIC and geophysical data, publications and related geospatial information and services materials performance Annex B For Geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related geospatial information and services materials is the framework agreement for exchanges and cooperation between the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the Defense Ministry of the Republic of Latvia on cooperation in geospatial information and services (hereinafter referred to as the agreement). 1. purpose 1.1. this annex aims due to determine the order in which the United States Department of Defense and the Defense Ministry of the Republic of Latvia of mapping organizations exchanged between the parties printed/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related geospatial information and services (GIS) materials and ensure mutual interests of co-production of services. Map of the United States organization is the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and mapping organization of the Republic of Latvia is the Ministry of Defense, hereinafter called the parties. Implementation of the common objectives, the parties agree to this enforcement the provisions set out in the annex, procedures and obligations. 2. EXCHANGEABLE/materials to BE SUPPLIED 2.1. All print/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related GIS delivery of materials in accordance with the annex to this execution should be carried out according to section 4 of the "transmission of the material" dispatch rules (see below). 2.1.1. Geodetic and geophysical data: available in print/digital, geodetic, geophysical gravity and magnetic data, which got Government or civil organizations, or otherwise, including nomenclature (card Division) and the final result of the calculation, are exchanged on demand. 2.1.2. publications and related materials: the GIS with geodetic and geophysical and GIS related material publication of the copies of the parties exchanged free of charge in accordance with Appendix I. Geodetic and geophysical and related publications, GIS, which is supplied materials in accordance with Appendix I, in addition, the Parties requested copies according to Appendix II. 3. Copyright, use and distribution restrictions 3.1. the parties undertake to respect the copyright, trademark, use, and distribution restrictions, which apply to all printed/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related GIS materials in accordance with this annex to ensure the execution of the other party, in accordance with specific instructions for piegādājoš party at a time when the print/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related materials are released to the GIS. 3.2. Despite paragraph 3.1, each Party shall grant the other party the unrestricted permission free of charge (gratis) use or supplied from the parties printed/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related GIS materials which the Government of each party can be used as raw materials for print/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related materials for the manufacture of the GIS. 3.3. the Parties shall jointly determined, information products and related GIS the name and use of materials. 4. sending MATERIAL 4.1. All the parties printed/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related material in the GIS to add the appropriate shipping documents that listed the contents of the consignment. Two or three copies of the shipping documents prepared as follows: one copy of the shipping document sent to the beneficiary immediately before the transmission of the material by mail and one copy to accompany the consignment (if necessary the delivery receipt, then add two copies). A copy of the shipping document that will be distributed before the material is not sent to the automatic distribution. 4.2. all pursuant to this annex, the exchangeable execution printed/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related materials, the GIS are sent without paying freight fees. All shipping costs shall be borne by the sending party. 4.3. All parcels must be clearly marked with the inscription "UNITED States/REPUBLIC OF Latvia BILATERAL agreement Exchange GIS MATERIAL — NON-REIMBURSABL" ("United States/Republic of Latvia in the bilateral agreement for the exchange of the GIS material: non-refundable"). 4.4. all print/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related materials should be sent to GIS: 4.4.1 United States: 4.4.1.1. The Ministry of defence produced printed/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related GIS materials should be sent to: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency) ATTN: OES, Mail Stop D-136 4600 Sangamor Road Bethesda, MD 20816-5003 U.S.A. phone: + 1-301-227-7950 fax: + 1-301-227-2303 4.4.1.2. Nga reserves produced print/digital geodetic and geophysical data publications and related GIS applications must be addressed to the material: the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency) ATTN: OIPR, Mail Stop D-136 4600 Sangamor Road Bethesda, MD 20816-5003 U.S.A. phone: + 1 301-227-7950 fax: + 1-301-227 2303 4.4.2 4.4.2.1. in the Republic of Latvia NGA produced printed/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related GIS materials should be sent to: the Secretary of the Defence Ministry Advisor and geographical information for mapmaking on k.Valdemara Iela 10/12 Republic of Latvia phone : + 371 7 33 5184 fax: + 371 7 21 2307 4.4.2.2. Department of Defense reserves produced print/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related GIS material requests must address: the Ministry of defence Advisor to the Secretary of State and the mapmaking geographic information issues k. Valdemāra Iela 10/12, Riga, LV-1473 of the Republic of Latvia Tel: + 371 7 33 5184 fax: + 371 7 21 2307 5. amendments in accordance with ARTICLE XIV of this agreement (amended , Termination, entry into EFFECT, and duration) of new stock and shipment notifications by the parties printed/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related materials for the cessation of the manufacture of the GIS automatically creates this enforcement amendments to the annex. 6. Return of materials If this agreement is terminated, the attachment or execution, all printed/digital geodetic, geophysical data, publications and related materials with the GIS which the parties have exchanged between them, except in the aizdoto print/digital geodetic, geophysical data, publications and materials related to GIS, need not be returned, and they remain the property of the holder, unless the parties have not otherwise agreed. 7. Duration This Implementation Annex shall enter into force on the date when it is signed by all parties, and shall remain in force in accordance with article XIV of the Treaty (amendment, termination, entry into EFFECT, and duration). 8. Signing annex to the signatories to this execution shows that it has authorised. Implementing annex drawn up in two copies in the English and Latvian languages, both copies are completely authentic. Each party has one signed copy in each language.

Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia, on behalf of the United States Department of Defense National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency on behalf of Edgar Rinkēvič James r. Clappers Secretary Lieutenant General (atv), U.S. GSA Director date date-site enforcement Appendix I Annex B geodetic and geophysical data publication and related geospatial information and services Exchange of MATERIAL 1. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, in accordance with requests received, free of charge, provided the Defense Ministry with print , magnetic tape, CD-ROM or other media available on the record at this point of the information mentioned below: 1.1. global positioning system (GPS) efemerīd (astronomical tables); 1.2. the geodetic point positioning data, including data satelītpozicionēšan data on available territories. 1.3. identify the geographic region (region of interest) in the open ocean waters available marine gravity data; 1.4. publications related to the geospatial information and services (GIS). 2. The Ministry of defence, in accordance with requests received, free of charge, provides the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency with print, magnetic tape, CD-ROM or other media available on the record the information indicated below: 2.1. geodetic point positioning data, on the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia, including satelītpozicionēšan; 2.2. terrestrial and marine gravity data for the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia and the Latvian territorial waters; 2.3. publications and GIS related material. Appendix II to Annex B of the execution geodetic and geophysical data and geospatial information and services materials REQUEST 1. Taking into account the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) freedom of action, it may provide to the Ministry of defence requests for printed/produced by NGA digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications, and related geospatial information and services (GIS) materials, except for materials that are of another bilateral agreement or other restrictions. 2. Taking into account the discretion of the Ministry of defence can provide a NGA requests for Department of Defense produced the print/digital geodetic and geographical data, publications, and related geospatial information and services (GIS) materials, except for materials which are other bilateral contract or other restrictions. 3. To request the distribution of the information exchange with implementing section 4 of the annex to the "transmission of the MATERIAL".

BASIC Exchange AND cooperative agreement BETWEEN the MINISTRY OF defence OF the REPUBLIC OF Latvia AND the NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-intelligence AGENCY OF the Department OF defense OF the UNITED STATES OF America CONCERNING the GLOBAL GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION AND services COOPERATION preamble the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) of the Department of Defense of the United States of America and the Ministry of defence (MoD) of the Republic of Latvia (hereinafter referred to as the parties) : Having a common interest in defense; Having a mutual interest in the attainmen of national goals in the field of Geospatial Information and services (GIS); Recognizing the benefits to be obtained from standardization, rationalizations and also in the products, data, publications, related materials and GIS equipment; To achieve a mutual objective (menu rngton Line4) and goals through the application of GIS technology and production procedures; (Menu rngton Line4) to improve their mutual conventional defense capabilities through the application of emerging technology; Accordingly the parties have reached the following understanding: article I GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATION for Controlled Unclassified Information Unclassified information to which access or distribution limitations have been applied in accordanc with applicable national laws or regulations. The information is provided or whethers generated under this agreement, the information will be marked to identify its "in confidence" nature. It could include information which has been declassified, but remains controlled. This may include Limited Distribution (LIMD), For Official Use Only (FOU), or Proprietary.

Copyright Form of protection provided by law to authors of original works of authorships which may include databases, maps and charts.

GIS Geospatial Information and services (Abbreviated GIS). Defined as the collection, transformation, generation, dissemination, and storing of portrayals, geodetic, topographic, hydrographic, aeronautical, geomagnetic, imagery, cartographic, toponymic data, bathymetric and cultural. GIS also includes the evaluation of topographic, hydrographic, or aeronautical features for their effect on military operations or intelligence. The data may be presented in the form of topographic, planimetric, relief, or thematic maps and graphics; nautical and aeronautical charts and publications; and in simulated, photographic, digital, or computerized format.

The National Geospatial-Nga Intelligence Agency.

Party (parties) the parties to this agreement with the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia (MoD) and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) of the Department of Defense of the United States of America.

Third parties Any person or other entity, other than an agency, an officer or an employee of the Government of a Party. Government contractors are not considered to be Third parties for the purpose of the disclosure and use by them of products, information, data and materials for the purpose of this agreement.

Article II OBJECTIVE 2.1 of the. The objective of the Basic Exchange and Cooperative Agreement Concerning Geospatial Information and services (hereinafter referred to as the agreement) with: 2.1.1. To exchange information for the use of the Government of both parties for Defense and Government purpose, which may include co-productions programs, cooperative production, and cooperative efforts. The items to be exchanged will include, but are not limited to, maps, charts, information, data, and related materials in printed or digital format; geomagnetic, geodetic, geophysical, and gravity data; reproduction materials; and other related specifications, publications and materials. 2.1.2. To provide for cooperative production programs and others technical assistance as mutually determined in the production of geospatial products, data, and other related materials required by GIS both parties. 2.1.3. To exchange technical and procedural information related to the standardization of methods, procedures, specifications, and formats for the collection, evaluation, processing, and production of geospatial products, data, and GIS related materials. Such exchanges will be designed to promote international standardization in general and it is also between the facilitat parties. 2.1.4. To establish technical assistance and exchange of technology information relevant to cartographic, geodetic and geophysical developments, and production processes and techniques. 2.1.5. The Exchange production programming and production status information on an annual basis. 2.1.6. To establish training programs in Andean implementations that discipline relevant to the objective of this agreement. Article II of the APPENDIX to ANNEX AND IMPLEMENTING a 3.1. The terms, procedures, obligations, and technical details for the subjects mentioned in article I of this Agreement shall be set forth in the individual "Implementing Annexe" to this agreement. Each Implementing Annex shall state the specific purpose, obligation, terms, Exchange and/or co-production procedures, the responsibilities of each Party, to of products, data quantit, publications, and related materials to be exchanged, GIS and other related GIS matters agreed upon by the parties. Implementing Annex shall be signed of by the parties to the agreement or by a person authorized by the parties. 3.2. The Implementing Annex will include guidance on use and release. The parties will carry out the Implementing Annexe in accordanc with the existing and developing capabilities of both parties, subject to the availability of GIS resources (equipment, personnel, facilities, and finance) for such purpose. 3.3. the Appendix may be added to an Implementing Annexe to effect the Implementing Annexe. The Appendix include, but are not limited to, information such as: description and quantit to of the geospatial products, data, publications, and related GIS material to be exchanged, co-produced, or loaned, distribution procedures and address of the recipient. Article IV MUTUAL OBLIGATION AND responsibilities 4.1. In the Exchange and reproduction of products, data, publications, and related GIS materials, the parties agree to comply with the restriction concerning the use, release, reproduction, and distribution imposed by the providing Party as set forth in the Implementing Annexe. Either Party may reproduce the geospatial products, information, data, publications, and related GIS materials received from the other Party in accordanc with the guidance received from the providing Party. Matters related to reproduction, copyrights, trademark, u.s., and release the restriction of products, GIS data, and related materials will be addressed separately in the Annex and/or axis of Implementing specified in subsequent to the Implementing of the Appendix Annexe. 4.2. Topographic, aeronautical, and nautical products and data, publications, reproduction materials, geodetic or geophysical data, digital data, or related materials, GIS including parts thereof, provided by one Party to the other may be provided to any federal organization of the recipient Party, but will not be provided to any Third Party without written approval of the providing Party, unless you specifically authorized in the relevant Implementing Annexe. Items provided to other federal organizations or to a national contractor to a Party's Government will be marked with classification or release codes to ensur that the materials, information, data, or stay within the organization for you. The data exchanged and reproduced products, publications, and related GIS materials will be utilized by both parties in accordanc with the purpose of this agreement. 4.3. In cases where a Party's cop to any geospatial data of products, publications, or related materials become damaged! GIS and not usable and available from the cop to the other Party, then this other Party may provide, on a reimbursabl base, cop out of the relevant material to allow for GIS sufficient production to be re-established to meet the mutual and individual national GIS requirements. The quantit to of the geospatial products, information, or data to be provided and the duration of the subject support will be determined mutually by both parties on a case-by-case basis. 4.4. geospatial products exchanged Hardcopy or co-produced under the terms of this agreement may be converted to a digital format without requiring additional approval from the originating Party. 4.5. The parties agree to establish accounting procedures for individually exchanged and co-produced products, geospatial data, publications, and related GIS materials or services under this agreement. Review to ensur equity of the terms of this agreement and the Implementing of the Annexe will be conducted on an annual basis. 4.6. the facility will be employed to do this pursuan agreement in which geospatial products, data, publications, or related materials supplied by GIS a Party with to be used where the financial or management control of such facility is directed by an entity other than those of the parties to this agreement, without the prior written approval of the Party supplying the geospatial products , data, publications, or related materials, except as a GIS in the relevant Implementing Annexe. 4.7. The parties agree that all NG/MoD exchanged or co-produced data, geospatial products, and related GIS materials provided to NG under the terms of this agreement and the annex may be provided of implementing by the multinational coalition, NGA, or other combined operations forces Nations for Defense, peacekeeping, humanitarian and related activities, so long as both parties to the participants in the activity. If there is a defense, peacekeeping, humanitarian, or related activity in which only one Party is a participant, the authorization of the other Party is required to provide that party's products, data, and related GIS materials it others participants of the activity. Article V FINANCIAL PROVISION 5.1. Each Party will bear the costs it will incur for performing, managing, and administering its activities under this agreement. Any such costs will be included as part of each Party's contribution to the support of the agreement. Variation from this financial provision will be addressed in the specific Implementing Annex as required. 5.2. A Party will promptly notify the other Party if available funds are not adequat to fulfill its responsibilities under this agreement. If a Party to the other Party the notifu that it is reducing or terminating its funding in support of this agreement, both parties will immediately consult with a view towards mutually determined continuation on a modified basis. 5.3. It is the intent of this agreement, insofar as the eliminat possible, payments in cash for the products, data, publications, and related GIS materials exchanged. Article VI SECURITY It is the intent of the parties that all the efforts under this agreement and the Annex shall be conducted of Implementing at the unclassified level. Information shall be provided from the classifieds or generated under this agreement. Article VII CONTROLLED UNCLASSIFIED INFORMATION 7.1. Except as otherwise provided in this agreement or as authorized in writing by the originating Party, Controlled Unclassified Information provided or generated pursuan to the agreement shall be controlled as follows: 7.1.1 Controlled Unclassified Information will be used only for the purpose of the authorized in this agreement. 7.1.2. Access to such Information shall be limited to Controlled Unclassified personnel whose access is not permitted use cessary for the above and shall be subject to the provision of article VIII, (THIRD PARTY sales AND transfers). 7.1.3. Each Party shall take all lawful steps, which may include national classification, available to it to keep such Controlled Unclassified Information free from further disclosure (including requests under any legislative provision), except as provided in the preceding paragraph, unless the originating Party consent to such disclosure. In the event of unauthorized disclosure, or if it's probabl become that the Controlled Unclassified Information may have to be further disclosed under any legislative provision, immediate notification shall be given to the originating Party. 7.2. To assist in providing the appropriate controls, the originating Party shall ensur that Controlled Unclassified Information is appropriately marked. The Parties shall decide, in advance and in writing, on the marking to be placed on the Controlled Unclassified Information. 7.3. Unclassified Information provided or generated Controlled pursuan to this Agreement shall be handled in a manner that the axes provided for in ensur control this article. 7.4. Prior to authorizing the release of Controlled Unclassified Information to contractors, the Parties shall ensur the Contractor with a legally bound to control such Controlled Unclassified Information in accordanc with the provision of this article. 7.5. The security responsibilities of the parties led in this article shall continue notwithstanding termination or expiration of this agreement. Article VIII of the THIRD PARTY sales AND transfers the Parties shall not sell, transfer title to, transfer possession of or disclos geospatial products, data, publications, and related GIS materials or jointly acquired equipment exchanged pursuan to this agreement or which of what was exchanged incorporat pursuan to this agreement to anyone who is not an officer, employee or agent of the parties (excluding transportation agencies) unless in accordanc with Implementing United Nations Annex , and shall not use or permit their use for purpose other than those authorized for, unless the written consent of the providing Party has first been obtained. The providing Party shall be solely responsible for authorizing such transfers and, as applicable, specifying the method and provision for implementing such transfer. Article IX the visits TO Each ESTABLISHMENT 9.1. Party shall permit the visits to its establishment, government agencies and laboratories, and Contractor industrial facilities by employees of the other Party or by employees of the other Party's Contractor (s), provided that the visit is authorized by both parties and the employees have any cessary and not appropriate security clearance and a need-to-know. 9.2. All visiting personnel shall be required to comply with security regulations of the host Party. Any information disclosed or made available to visitors shall be treated as if supplied to the Party sponsoring the visiting personnel and shall be subject to the provision of the agreement. 9.3. Requests for the visits by personnel of one Party to a facility of the other Party shall be coordinated through official channels and shall conform with the established visit procedures of the host country. 9.4. Lists of personnel of each Party required to visit, on a continuing basis, the facilities of the other Party shall be submitted through official channels in accordanc with the host Party's established international visit procedures. Article X loans, sales, AND TRANSFER OF equipment AND materials Either Party may furnish equipment or materials identified as mutually agreed and it being not cessary for executing the terms of this agreement to the other Party. Any equipment or materials that are loaned or transferred shall be used by the receiving Party only for the purpose of access set out in this agreement and according to the terms of a separate ' Loan Agreement. " Article XI of The status OF FORCE agreement between the States parties to the North Atlantic Treaty regarding the status of their forces, done in London 19th of June 1951 (NATO sofa). Article XII settlement OF DISPUTE between the Disagreement of the parties arising under or relating to this agreement or any of the Implementing Annex shall be resolved only by the consultation between the parties at the lowest possible level and shall not be referred to any national or international tribunal or other third party for settlement. Article XIII GENERAL PROVISION 13.1. All activities of the parties under this Agreement shall be carried out in accordanc with their national law and are not intended to conflict with the national legislation of the parties or with international law. In case of conflict, international law and national legislation will prevails. The participants will notify each other in the event of any conflict arising. 13.2. The responsibilities of the Parties shall be subject to the availability of appropriated funds for such purpose. 13.3. All actions to this pursuan agreement shall be carried out on behalf of the Department of Defense of the United States of America and the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia by the designated organizations identified in the individual Implementing Annex to this agreement. 13.4 In the event of a conflict between an article of this agreement and any Implementing Annexe it to this agreement, the article of the agreement shall prevails. Article XIV amendment, TERMINATION, ENTRY into effect AND DURATION this agreement 14.1. and it is Implementing the Appendix may be Annexe and amended by written mutual determination of the parties. Implementing Annex and the Appendix may be amended and new Annexe may be added by the written, mutual determination of the persons authorized to sign Implementing Annexe or their written designe. The Appendix may be added the new Implementing Annex by written, mutual determination of the persons authorized to sign Implementing Annexe or their written designe. Amendment of the Annex or Appendix of Implementing shall not require re-negotiation or amendment of the agreement, and additions of new Appendix shall not require the re-negotiation or amendment of the Implementing Annexe. Parties may delegate authority to sign implementing Annexe or to other entities in the Appendix of their Governments. 14.2. This agreement and/or any of it may be terminated by Implementing the Annex at any time upon mutual written agreement of the parties. In the event that the parties agree to the termination of the agreement and/or any of the Implementing Annex, the Parties shall consult prior to the date of termination to ensur a termination on the most economical and equitable terms. 14.3. Either Party may terminate this agreement or an Implementing Annex upon 180 days written notification to the other Party. Such notice shall be the subject of immediate consultation by the parties to decide upon the appropriate course of action. In the event of termination of this agreement or any Implementing Annexe, the following rules shall apply: 14.3.1. In the event of termination of this agreement or any Implementing Annexe, both parties agree to prepare a mutually agreed it "Termination Protocol" which shall include procedures for satisfying the obligation of uncompleted arising during the period the agreement or Implementing Annex was in force. 14.3.2. The parties will continue participation, financial or otherwise, up to the effective date of termination. Each Party will pay the costs it will incur as a result of the termination. 14.3.3. All information, products, data, materials, GIS and related rights therein received under the provision of the agreement will be retained by the parties, subject to the provision of the agreement. 14.4. Termination of the Agreement to terminate all of Implementing Annex. 14.5. The respectiv rights and responsibilities of the parties regarding article VI (SECURITY); Article Vii (CONTROLLED UNCLASSIFIED INFORMATION); Article Viii (THIRD PARTY Sales AND Transfers); and, article XI (status OF forces) shall continue notwithstanding termination or expiration of the withdrawals from,, of this agreement. 9.1. This agreement, which consist of the preamble, fourteen (14) articles, and two (2) Implementing Annex A (Topographic products, Data, publications, and Related Geospatial Information and services materials) and B (Geodetic and Geophysical Data, publications, and Related Geospatial Information and services materials), shall enter into effect upon signature by both parties and shall remain in effect until terminated or suspended. The foregoing represent the understanding of the Department of Defense of the United States of America, and the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia upon the matters referred to therein. The foregoing represent the understanding of the Department of Defense of the United States of America, and the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia upon the matters referred to therein. In WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned, being duly the authorized, have signed this agreement. Prepared in duplicate, in the English and Latvian languages, each of which shall be of equal authenticity. In case of different interpretation the English version will prevails. One copy in each language shall be duly signed and exchanged between the parties.

For the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Department of Defense of the United States of America For the ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia James r. Clappers to Lieutenant General David Rinkēvič, State Secretary USAF (Ret.), Director, Data data Location Location ANNEXE A To the Basic IMPLEMENTING Exchange and cooperative agreement between the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency of the Department of Defense of the United States of America concerning Geospatial Information and services Cooperation products, DATA, TOPOGRAPHIC publications, AND RELATED GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION AND services materials this Implementing Annex A Concerning products, Topographic Data, publications, and Related Geospatial Information and services materials is entered into pursuan to the Basic Exchange and cooperative agreement between the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency of the Department of Defense of the United States of America and the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia Concerning Geospatial Information and services Cooperation (hereinafter referred to as the agreement). 1. Purpose 1. The purpose of this Annex is to define the Implementing arrangements for the exchange of hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related Geospatial Information and services (GIS) materials and the provision of co-production support services of mutual interest between the mapping organizations of the Department of Defense of the United States of America and the Ministry of defence (MoD) of the Republic of Latvia. The mapping organizations of the United States of America is the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the mapping organization of the Republic of Latvia is represented by the Ministry of defence (MoD), hereinafter referred to as the parties. In the furtheranc of this mutual objective, the parties agree to the terms, procedures, and the obligation to set forth in this Implementing Annex. 2. the MATERIAL TO BE EXCHANGED/PROVIDED 2.1. All hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials provided under this Annex shall be done Implementing according to the shipping instructions in Section 4 (below) – "Shipment of materials." 2.1.1. the Library Cop to cop of Topographic maps: topographic maps in the Library of provided for in Appendix I will automatically be supplied by either Party to the other without charge. Additional cop to of topographic items from Appendix I and Appendix IV in accordanc with requested may be provided by either Party to the other. 2.1.2. the Reproduction Material: one (1) set of digital reproduction material for each sheet of the topographic products identified in Appendix I shall be provided by either Party to the other upon request. Reproduction materials provided by either Party may be used by the other Party to print stock for its use without prior written authorization from the original producing Party. 2.1.3. Publications and related materials to GIS: Cop of topographic publications and related materials shall be exchanged as a GIS specified in Appendix I, without charge to either Party. Additional cop to of topographic publications and related materials identified in Appendix I of the GIS shall be requested in accordanc with Appendix IV and may be provided by either Party to the other. 2.1.4. Geographic Names Information: Geographic Names information, gathered by Government or civilian organizations will be exchanged as specified in Appendix I, without charge to either Party. 2.1.5. Stock: requests for additional cop, including planning and operational stocks of hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials listed in Appendix I will be considered and provided by the producing Party to the other Party. 2.2. Where applicable, digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials transferred under the provision of this Annex shall be subject to Implementing the Digital Geographic Information Exchange Standard (Digest). In most cases, digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials shall be exchanged on CDROM in ISSS the 9660 format, or via File Transfer Protocol (FTP) utilizing the Internet. For finished Vector product format (VPF) products, the digest is to be used (C). Shall provide a copy of the NG of the most current applicable manuals and VPF Digest standard upon request, the MoD. 2.2.1. Digital Data Appendix: Digital topographic products and data provided for in the Appendix of the axles shall be supplied by either Party to the other without charge. 2.2.2. Publications and related materials to GIS: Cop of publications related to digital topographic data and GIS related materials shall be exchanged as specified in the applicable Appendix-without charge. 2.2.3. the Application software: 2.2.3.1. Nga may at its discretion supply one (1) copy, free of charge, of all the releasabl GIS applications software, and any changes related to digital topographic theret, products and data as outlined in the Appendix. 2.2.3.2. MoD agree of use of as a condition of the supplied GIS applications NG software, not to reverse engineer, nor attempt in any way or manner to duplicate such software without prior written authorization from NG. 2.2.3.3. The fashion line shall any and all changes to the GIS application software supplied NG with NG. 2.2.3.4. Nga shall consider the MoD requests for source code of any software supplied by GIS applications NG on a case-by-case basis. 3. Copyright, use AND release of Each Party 3.1 RESTRICTION shall honor the copyright, trademark, use and release of restriction on all hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications and related GIS materials provided by the other Party relevant to this Implementing Annexe in accordanc with specific guidance from the providing Party at the time the hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications and related materials transmitted by a GIS. 3.2. Notwithstanding paragraph 3.1 above, each Party grants to the other Party gratis (no cost) permission to use either Party's produced or provided hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications and related materials for use by GIS either Party's Government. 3.3. The parties will mutually determin title it and use of co-produced products, information and related GIS materials. 4. SHIPMENT OF materials 4.1. All shipment of hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials by either Party to the other shall be accompanied by appropriate transmittal documents that list the contents of the shipment. Two or three of the transmittal to Copa shall be prepared as follows: one copy shall be forwarded in advance to the consigne by mail immediately prior to shipment, and one copy shall be enclosed in the shipment (two cops to return if receipt is required). There shall be from the advance of transmittal to Copa for Automatic Distribution. 4.2. All hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS material to be exchanged under this Implementing Annex shall be sent free of freight charges. All shipment shall be borne the costs by the sending Party. 4.3. All packages shall be clearly marked with the notation "UNITED States/REPUBLIC OF Latvia Bilateral Agreement exchange materials a GIS-Non reimbursabl." 4.4. The following address should be used for the shipment of all hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials: 4.4.1. TO the UNITED STATES OF America: 4.4.1.1. MoD-produced hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS material (library cop, reproduction material, gazetteer, catalogs, specifications, publications, etc.), send it to: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency ATTN: OES, D-136 4600 Sangamor Road Bethesda , MD 20816-5003 U. S. A. Telephone: + 1-301-227-7950 FAX: + 1-301-227-7950 4.4.1.2. Bulk shipment/operational stock of MoD-produced hard copy/digital topographic products, send to: dla defense Distribution Mapping Activity U.s. Army Depot's Building D-7986 76726 Germershe Germershe, Germany telephone: + 49-7274-965414 FAX: + 49-7274-965405 4.4.1.3. Requests for bulk and additional stock of NGA-produced hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials , send it to: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency ATTN: OES, Mail Stop D-136 4600 Sangamor Road Bethesda, MD 20816-5003 U.S.A. telephone: + 1-301-227-7950 FAX: + 1-301-227-2303 4.4.2.-the REPUBLIC OF Latvia: 4.4.2.1. Nga-produced hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS material (library cop, reproduction material, gazetteer, catalogs, specifications, publications, etc.) send to: Ministry of defence ATTN: Geospatial Information Advisor to the State Secretary 10/12 Kr. Valdemar Str. , Riga, LV-1473 Republic of Latvia telephone: + 371-7-335-184 FAX: + 371-7-212-307 4.4.2.2. Bulk shipment/operational stock of NGA-produced hard copy/digital topographic products, send to: the Ministry of defence, the National Armed Forces HQ ATTN: Geographic Information Service 5-Maiznic str., Riga, LV-1001 Republic of Latvia telephone: + 371-7-335-328 FAX: + 371-7-339-974 4.4.2.3. Requests for bulk and additional stock of MoD-produced hard copy/digital topographic products , data, publications, and related GIS material, send it to: the Ministry of defence ATTN: Geospatial Information Advisor to the State Secretary 10/12 Kr. Valdemar str., Riga, LV-1473 Republic of Latvia telephone: + 371-7-335-184 FAX: + 371-7-212-307 5. REVISION 5. Transmittal of new index and notification by either Party of a discontinued hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials shall automatically constitut the revisions to this Implementing Annexe in accordanc with article (Amendment XIV , TERMINATION, ENTRY into effect, AND DURATION) of the agreement. 6. RETURN OF materials 6. In the event of termination of the agreement or this Implementing Annexe, all hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials that have already been exchanged, excluding hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS materials on loan, need not be returned and shall remain the property of the holder unless otherwise agreed to. 7. VALIDITY 7. This Annex shall enter into Implementing effect upon signature by both parties and shall remain in effect in accordanc with article XIV (amendment, TERMINATION, ENTRY into effect AND DURATION) of the agreement. 8. Signatures IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned, being duly the authorized, have signed this Implementing Annexe. Prepared in duplicate, in the English and Latvian languages, each of which shall be of equal authenticity. One copy in each language shall be duly signed and exchanged between the parties.

For the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Department of Defense of the United States of America For the ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia James r. Edgar Rinkēvič of Clappers Lieutenant General, USAF (Ret.), Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the State Secretary date Location Location Data Appendix I TO ANNEX A, IMPLEMENTING Exchange OF TOPOGRAPHIC products, DATA, publications, AND RELATED GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION AND services materials 1. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) shall provide, free of charge, the following NGA produced hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related Geospatial Information and services (GIS) materials to the Ministry of defence (MoD). Current editions shall be provided initially, if required. Thereafter, new edition, or in amendments shall be applicable provided in like quantit. Maps produced and maintained by the Republic of Latvia, or third party countries, are not included. Digitized version (ADRG, CADRG, etc.) of these products shall be provided upon request if otherwise available and releasabl. 1.1. Hard Copy products: 1.1.1. On request, the six (6) to the cop of each current and future editions of the large scale topographic products in the following series, over the territory of Latvia: N701 N752 1.1.2. Six (6) to the cop of each current and future editions of the following small scale maps: series 1209 (Europe), GNC04, JNC010, ONCD02, ONCD03, ONCE03, TPCD02C, TPCD03D, TPCE03B. 1.2. the Reproduction Material: one (1) set of digital reproduction material for all NG-produced products furnished under paragraph 1.1. above, upon request. 1.3. Publications, related materials and GIS Geographic names data: two (2) to each of the following cop and, if available, one (1) copy on CD-ROM or DVD each, automatically: 1.3.1. Current and future releasabl catalog, technical publications, instructions and specifications related to the products, data, topographic and related materials identified in Implementing GIS Annexe a. 1.3.2. The existing NGA/US Board on Geographic Names (US BGN) Gazetteer of the Republic of Latvia and is relevant to the gazetteer topographic products specified in paragraph 1.1. above, or a hard-copy listing of geographic names data from the NGA Geographic Names BGN/USA database, or in CDROM format; current NGA/US BGN principles, policies and procedures for the selection and standardization of geographic names; and, any other geographic names information as mutually agreed upon. 2. The Ministry of defence (MoD) shall provide, free of charge, the following MoD-produced hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related Geospatial Information and services (GIS) materials it NGA. Current editions shall be provided initially, if required. Thereafter, new edition, or in amendments shall be applicable provided in like quantit. 2.1 Topographic Products: 2.1.1. Six (6) to the cop of each current and future editions of the large, medium and small scale topographic products in the following series, automatically: N756 series 1501/1501-(A) joint operations Graphic, over the territory of Latvia City graphics 2.1.2. Hard copy and/or digital data of all products generated by the Geographic Information Service, the Latvian National Armed Forces headquarters. 2.2. the Reproduction Material: one (1) set the digital reproduction material for all MoD-produced topographic products furnished under paragraph 2.1 above, upon request. Whenever such reproduction material is provided, two (2) hard cop out of the product shall be furnished as well. 2.3. the publications, related materials and GIS Geographic names data: two (2) to each of the following cop MoD publications covering the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia: 2.3.1. Current and future catalogs, technical publications, instructions and specifications related to the products, data, topographic and related material Annex A identified in Implementing GIS, produced by the MoD for all of the Indic 2.3.2. Fashion products. 2.3.3. Updated geographic names information in the following order of preference: CDROM or DVD (preferred) Hardcopy printout from a names database; 2.3.4. gazetteer listings of Hardcopy all Fashion publications related to cartography, geodesy, photogrammetry, geography, toponymy, and progress reports on production capabilities. 2.3.5. An official description, including graphics if available, of the international boundaries of the Republic of Latvia. 2.3.6. An official listing, with graphics if available, describing the administrative-territorial structure of the Republic of Latvia. Appendix II TO ANNEX A CO-PRODUCTION AND IMPLEMENTING Exchange OF DIGITAL TERRAIN ELEVATION DATA (DTEDļ) 1. shall provide, NGA automatically free of charge to the Ministry of defence (MoD), the materials listed below: 1. One (1) copy each of NGA-produced latest edition Level 1 DTEDļ-one-degree cell over the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia, and other geographic areas as determined as available and releasabl. The future level of DTEDļ shall be considered if release is authorized by the Department of Defense of the United States of America. 1.2. Two (2) to each of the Copa NGA technical publications, instructions, specifications and standards (including revisions/changes) related to DTEDļ, upon request. 1.3. one (1) copy of each relevant releasabl software applications and the format and media kits for the production/finalization of one-degree cell. 2. The Ministry of defence (MoD) shall: 2.1 Automatically provide free of charge to the materials listed below NGA: 2.1.1. one (1) copy each of the latest edition of DTEDļ Level-1 cells produced by or acquired by or for Fashion. 2.1.2. Four (4) to each of the cop MoD technical publications, instructions, specifications and standards (including revisions/changes) related to digital elevation data and related materials. 2.1.3. one (1) copy of each relevant releasabl software applications and the format and media requirements for the production of digital elevation data finalization/. 2.2. Use the latest NGA DTEDļ specifications for all MoD recompilation and/or updates to DTEDļ cell provided by NGA. 2.3. Use the latest NGA DTEDļ specifications for all production of new Fashion DTEDļ Level-1 cell over the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia, or other specified areas. Appendix III TO ANNEX A CO-PRODUCTION AND IMPLEMENTING Exchange OF ARC DIGITIZED RASTER graphics (ADRG) ARC DIGITIZED RASTER graphics/COMPRESSED (CADRG) 1. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) shall: 1.1. Upon request, provide free of charge to the Ministry of defence (MoD), the materials listed below: 1.1.1. one (1) copy each of NGA-produced latest edition ADRG/data or related CADRG raster digital data over the area of interest defined by products exchanged under paragraph 1.1 of Appendix I, 2.1 and as determined as available and releasabl. 1.1.2 one copy of CDRGX5NNNQ3136 (NSN 7644014320571) 1.1.3. Two (2) to each of the Copa NGA technical publications, instructions, specifications and standards (including revisions/changes) related the ADRG/CADRG. 1.1.4. one (1) copy of each relevant releasabl software applications and the format and media kits for the production/finalization of the ADRG/CADRG. 1.2. Consider any Ministry of defence (MoD) request for conversion of the MoD-produced maps to a digitized topographic (raster) format. 2. The Ministry of defence (MoD) shall: 2.1 Automatically provide, free of charge to NG, the materials listed below: 2.1.1. one (1) copy of any MoD-produced digital topographic raster products or data. 2.1.2. Two (2) to each of the cop MoD technical publications, instructions, specifications and standards (including revisions/changes) related to raster digital data. 2.1.3. one (1) copy of each relevant releasabl application software, and the format and media kits for the production/finalization of raster digital data. 2.2. Use the latest NGA ADRG/CADRG specifications for all MoD recompilation and/or updates to the data provided by CADRG ADRG/NG. 2.3. Use the latest NGA ADRG/CADRG specifications for all MoD productions of new ADRG/CADRG data over the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia, or other specified areas. 2.4. Automatically provide free of charge to NG, one (1) copy each of the latest edition of ADRG/CADRG data produced by IT in IMPLEMENTING ANNEX IV Appendix MoD. (A) requests FOR TOPOGRAPHIC products, DATA, publications, AND RELATED GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION AND services materials 1. At the discretion of the sole National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), it may satisfy the Ministry of defence (MoD) requests for the cop to any of NGA-produced hard copy/digital topographic products , data, publications, and related GIS material, with the exception of those items subject to other bilateral agreements or other restriction. 2. At the sole discretion of the MoD, it may satisfy requests for cop to NGA of any MoD-produced hard copy/digital topographic products, data, publications, and related GIS material, with the exception of those items subject to other bilateral agreements or other restriction. 3. the Distribution of the items exchanged upon request will be as specified in Section 4, the "Shipment of materials" of Implementing Annex a. ANNEX B To the Basic IMPLEMENTING Exchange and cooperative agreement between the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency of the Department of Defense of the United States of America concerning Geospatial Information and services GEODETIC AND GEOPHYSICAL data Cooperation , Publications, AND RELATED GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION AND services materials this Implementing Annexe B Geodetic and Geophysical Data, Concerning publications, and Related Geospatial Information and services materials is entered into pursuan to the Basic Exchange and cooperative Agreement between the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency of the Department of Defense of the United States of America and the Ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia Concerning Geospatial Information and services Cooperation (hereinafter referred to as the agreement). 1. Purpose 1.1. The purpose of this Annex is to define the Implementing arrangements for the exchange of hard copy/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications, and related Geospatial Information and services (GIS) materials and the provision of co-production support services of mutual interest between the mapping organizations of the Department of Defense of the United States of America and the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Latvia. The mapping organizations of the United States of America is the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the mapping organization of the Republic of Latvia is the Ministry of defence (MoD), hereinafter referred to as the parties. In the furtheranc of this mutual objective, the parties agree to the terms, procedures, and the obligation to set forth in this Implementing Annex. 2. the MATERIAL TO BE EXCHANGED/PROVIDED 2.1. All hard copy/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications, and related GIS materials provided under this Annex shall be done Implementing according to the shipping instructions in Section 4 (below): "Shipment of materials." Geodetic and Geophysical Data 2.1.1: Releasabl hard copy/digital geophysical, geodetic, gravity and magnetic data is accomplished by governmental or civilian organizations or activities, including index and final computation, shall be exchanged upon request. 2.1.2. Publications and related materials to GIS: Cop of geodetic and geophysical publications and related materials shall be exchanged as a GIS specified in Appendix I, without charge to either Party. Additional cop to geodetic and geophysical of publications and related GIS materials provided for in Appendix I shall be requested in accordanc with Appendix II and may be provided by either Party to the other. 3. Copyright, use AND release of Each Party 3.1 RESTRICTION shall honor the copyright, trademark, use and release of restriction on all hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical publications and GIS related materials provided by the other Party relevant to this Implementing Annexe in accordanc with specific guidance from the providing Party at the time the hard copy/digital geodetic and geophysical data , publications and related materials transmitted by a GIS. 3.2. Notwithstanding paragraph 3.1 above, each Party grants to the other a free (no cost) non-exclusive unlimited use license on either Party's produced or provided hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical publications and related materials that shall be a GIS used as source material by either Party in the production of hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical publications and related materials for use by GIS either Party's Government. 3.3. The parties will mutually determin title it and use of co-produced products, information and related GIS materials. 4. SHIPMENT OF materials 4.1. All shipment of hard copy/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications and related materials by either Party GIS it shall be accompanied by the other appropriate transmittal documents that list the contents of the shipment. Two or three of the transmittal to Copa shall be prepared: one advance copy shall be forwarded to the consigne by mail immediately prior to shipment, and one copy shall be enclosed in the shipment (two cops to return if receipt is required). There shall be from the advance of transmittal to Copa for Automatic Distribution. 4.2. All hard copy/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications, and related GIS material to be exchanged under this Implementing Annex shall be sent free of freight charges. All shipment shall be borne the costs by the sending Party. 4.3. All packages shall be clearly marked with the notation "UNITED States/REPUBLIC OF Latvia Bilateral Agreement Exchange Material — a GIS Non reimbursabl." 4.4. The following address should be used for the shipment of all hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical publications and related GIS materials: 4.4.1. TO the UNITED STATES OF America: 4.4.1.1. MoD-produced hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical and GIS related publications, materials, send it to: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency ATTN: OES, Mail Stop D-136 4600 Sangamor Road Bethesda, MD 20816-5003 U.S.A. telephone : + 1-301-227-7950 FAX: + 1-301-227-2303 4.4.1.2. Requests for additional stock of NGA-produced hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical and GIS related publications, materials, send it to: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency ATTN: OIPR, Mail Stop D-136 4600 Sangamor Road Bethesda, MD 20816-5003 U.S.A. telephone: + 1-301-227-7950 FAX: + 1-301-227-2303 4.4.2.-the REPUBLIC OF Latvia: 4.4.2.1. Nga-produced hard copy/digital geodetic and geophysical data , publications, and related GIS material, send it to: the Ministry of defence ATTN: Geospatial Information Advisor to the State Secretary 10/12 Kr. Valdemar str. Riga, LV-1473 Republic of Latvia telephone: + 371-7-33-51-84 FAX: + 371-7-21-23-07 4.4.2.2. Requests for additional stock of MoD-produced hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical and GIS related publications, materials, send to: Ministry of defence ATTN: Geospatial Information Advisor to the State Secretary 10/12 KR.Valdemāra str. Riga LV-1473 Republic of Latvia telephone: + 371-7-33-51-84 FAX: + 371-7-21-23-07 5. REVISION 5.1. Transmittal of new index and notification by either Party of a discontinued hard copy/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications, and related GIS materials shall automatically constitut the revisions to this Implementing Annexe in accordanc with article XIV (amendment, TERMINATION, ENTRY into effect AND DURATION) of the agreement. 6. RETURN OF materials 6.1. In the event of termination of the agreement or this Implementing Annexe, all hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical and GIS related publications, materials that have already been exchanged, excluding hard copy/digital geodetic and geophysical data, publications, and related GIS materials on loan, need not be returned and shall remain the property of the holder unless otherwise agreed to. 7. VALIDITY 7.1. This Annex shall enter into Implementing effect on the date of the last signature and shall remain in effect in accordanc with article XIV (amendment, TERMINATION, ENTRY into effect AND DURATION) of the agreement. 8. Signatures IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned, being duly the authorized, have signed this Implementing Annexe. Prepared in duplicate, in the English and Latvian languages, each of which shall be of equal authenticity. One copy in each language shall be duly signed and exchanged between the parties.

For the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Department of Defense, United States of America For the ministry of defence of the Republic of Latvia James r. Edgar Rinkēvič of Clappers Lieutenant General, USAF (Ret.), Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the State Secretary date Location Location Data Appendix I ANNEXE B OF the IMPLEMENTING GEODETIC AND GEOPHYSICAL DATA Exchange, publications AND RELATED GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION AND services materials 1. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) shall, upon request and free of charge, provide each of the following in the hard copy, magnetic tape, CD-ROM, or other available media, as appropriate, to the Ministry of defence (MoD): 1.1 the precise Positioning System (GPS) ephemerids. 1.2. the Geodetic point positioning data, to include satellite derived positional data of releasabl area. 1.3. the Releasabl marine Gravity data for selected geographic regions of interest in open ocean waters. 1.4. Publications and related Geospatial Information and services (GIS) materials. 2. shall, upon request to the MoD and free of charge, provide each of the following in the hard copy, magnetic tape, CD-ROM, or other available media, as appropriate and agreed upon, the NG: Geodetic point positioning data 2.1, to include satellite derived positional data over the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia. 2.2. the Land and marine Gravity Data over the sovereign territory of the Republic of Latvia and the territorial waters of the Republic of Latvia. 2.3. Publication and related materials to GIS. Appendix II TO ANNEX B IMPLEMENTING requests FOR data AND GEODETIC AND GEOPHYSICAL RELATED GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION AND services materials 1. At the discretion of the sole National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), it may satisfy the Ministry of defence (MoD) requests for the cop to any of NGA-produced hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical publications and related Geospatial Information and services (GIS) material, with the exception of those items subject to other bilateral agreements or other restriction. 2. At the sole discretion of the MoD, it may satisfy requests for cop to NGA of any MoD-produced hard copy/digital data, geodetic and geophysical and GIS related publications, materials, with the exception of those items subject to other bilateral agreements or other restriction. 3. the Distribution of the items exchanged upon request shall be as specified in Section 4, the "Shipment of materials" of Implementing Annex B.