International social security agreements list of all current international social security agreements of Australian international organisations List of social security organisations in other countries All these agreements are based on the concept of shared responsibility. Shared responsibility agreements are reciprocal. Under each agreement, partner countries make concessions on their social security rules so that people covered by the agreement have access to payments for which they might not otherwise be entitled. In this way, the responsibility for social security is shared between the countries where a person has lived during his or her working years and the person can release potential rights. As a general rule, a pension from one country may be received in the second country, although the paying country retains some discretion in the currency used and in the delivery mechanisms used. Will the Social Services Department pay a deposit? Yes, in certain circumstances that are explained below. DSS can pay your deposit either by a “security agreement” with the owner or by a cash deposit. A backup contract is a form that DSS gives to the owner and promises that DSS will pay it if you owe money to the owner. In exchange, the owner makes you move in without deposit. If you receive a guarantee contract and DSS has to pay money to your landlord, the money will be deducted in monthly instalments from your grant. A variant is a Special Security Agreement (SSA) in which the company`s board of directors can be composed of both U.S. citizens and nationals of the parent company`s country. In this case, when national security issues are discussed, only U.S.
managers can participate. SSAs require companies to be managed in accordance with U.S. law and by U.S. citizens.  In May 2006, the CEO of BAE Systems described the “firewall status” of BAE`s U.S. subsidiary, BAE Systems Inc.: “The British members of the company`s management, including me, get to see the financial results; but many areas of technology, product and program are not visible to us. . . .