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Archive for year: 2019

Year End Review of Compliance Requirements


As we usher in 2020, now is a good time to do a yearly check on your compliance programs to identify any areas that may be lacking and regulations tha...

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Canadian Exemption Provision

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Exporters who use the Canadian Exemption provision (22 CFR §126.5) for the export of defense services should remember to have a written agreement with...

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Foreign Nationals and Export Compliance


If you have foreign national employees, it may be necessary to secure BIS or DDTC licensing for those employee to access controlled technical data and...

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Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestitures


There are many considerations with regards to the sale or acquisition of a company or business unit of a company including a specific product or produ...

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Export Compliance Audits and Reviews


Export compliance audits and reviews should be done on a periodic basis and are a fundamental aspect of a complete export compliance program. Audits h...

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Electronic Record Keeping


  Companies that are required to register with the State Department are required to maintain records regarding the manufacture, acquisition and d...

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Are Your Policies and Procedures Up To Date?


Are your Policies and Procedures up to date? The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) are ...

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Turkey To Be Removed From F-35 Program


Following the arrival of the Russian S400 missile platform, Turkey will be officially removed from the F-35 program. All production of parts and compo...

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Huawei License Exceptions


Last month President Trump agreed to grant exceptions to export license applications involving Huawei, a company listed on the Commerce Department’s E...

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Suspension of Turkey F-35 Program Effective July 31st

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U.S. Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan announced the cessation of training for Turkish pilots on the F-35 JSF beginning July 31st if Tukey does no...

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