DDTC began its investigation by sending a targeted disclosure to L3Harris after DDTC was informed by the Defense Technology Security Administration (“DTSA”) – an authority of the Department of Defense (“DoD”), which sets technological security guidelines for international transfers of defense equipment, services, and technology – of possible export control issues. In addition, between 2013 and 2015, Airbus hired a business partner in China and knowingly and deliberately conspired to make payments to the counterparty that were to be used as bribes to Chinese government officials. These payments were related to the approval of certain agreements in China regarding the purchase and sale of Airbus aircraft to state-owned and state-controlled airlines in China. . . .