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C1.2.1. Legislative Authorities for Security Assistance (SA). SA authorizations and appropriations are provided primarily under three public laws:
C1.2.2. Legislative Authorities for Security Cooperation (SC). SC authorizations and appropriations are provided primarily under annual Department of Defense Appropriations Acts and Supplementals and a range of other Title 10 provisions. These authorities and programs are discussed in detail in Chapter 15.
C1.2.3. Executive Orders for Security Assistance. Detailed SA delegations are also found in Executive Order (E.O.) 11958. This Executive Order allocates authority and responsibility for SA principally to the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of State. The Secretary of Defense authority is further delegated to the Deputy Secretary of Defense, to the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (USD(P)), and finally to the Director, Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), in DoD Directive 5105.65.
C1.2.4. Regulations, Directives, Instructions, and Manuals for Security Cooperation.
C220.127.116.11. SC activities must be in compliance with law, this Manual and additional policy guidance issued by DSCA, the Secretary of Defense, and the Secretary of State. Implementing Agencies may supplement this Manual with internal regulations or policy guidance covering details unique to their organizations. Supplements must be consistent with this Manual. Information copies of the supplements must be sent to DSCA (Strategy Directorate).
C18.104.22.168. Other DoD regulations and manuals that cover specific program details relating to SC are referenced throughout this Manual. Identify any inconsistencies between these regulations and this Manual to DSCA (Strategy Directorate) for resolution.