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Archive for tag: Export Compliance

Proposed Rule to Increase State Department Registration Fees


DDTC has proposed the following increases to yearly PM/DTC Registration fees. This is a proposed rule and the increased fees have not yet been impleme...

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NS1, RS1, MT1 Commerce Licensing Requirements Removed for UK and Australia

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NS1, RS1, MT1 Commerce Licensing Requirements Removed for UK and Australia List based licensing requirements for items and technology controlled for N...

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Revisions to Category XI of the USML


The Department of State (the Department) published an interim final rule on April 27, 2023, effective May 21, 2023, amending the International Traffic...

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Boeing Reaches $51 Million Settlement for Export Violations


On February 28th, Boeing announced it had reached a $51 million settlement with the U.S. government over export violations related to technical data d...

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Commerce Proposes Rule Regarding AI and National Cybersecurity Strategy


Today, the Department of Commerce (Department) published a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) for establishing new requirements for Infrastructure a...

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Due Diligence Review

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When considering purchasing a company, either foreign or domestic, it is important to consider the company’s export compliance history. By considering...

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Annual Sales Reports

Wilmarth and Associates - Taking Notes

Annual Sales Reports Annual Sales Reports are required to be submitted to DDTC for Warehouse and Distribution Agreements and Manufacturing License Agr...

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DECCS User Account Security Update Release


On Nov 18th, DDTC migrated to the FedRAMP High instance of a multifactor authentication solution to maintain a robust security posture and protect inf...

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Year End Review of Compliance Requirements


The end of the year is a good time to do a yearly check on your compliance programs to identify any areas that may be lacking and regulations that may...

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Firearms Pause & Review


Effective immediately, the U.S. Department of Commerce (the Department) is pausing for approximately 90 days the issuance of new export licenses invol...

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