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Export Requirements Regarding Trade/Air Shows- Reminder


It is important to ensure that if you will be exhibiting any military/defense products or licensable commercial products at air or trade shows , items...

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5-Day Notification Requirements for Material Changes to PM/DTC Registration


Material changes to your companies PM/DTC State Department registration require notification to DDTC within 5 days of the effective date. A material c...

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Export Compliance Training


Regular training of export involved employees on U.S. Export Licensing and Compliance is an important aspect of any Export Compliance program. Export ...

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Outside Service Providers


If your company uses outside service providers or contractors such as cleaning services or IT professionals, it is important to ensure that provided p...

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Additional Sanctions Against Russia and Belarus Under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR)


The Department of Commerce has expanded the scope of the EAR’s Russian and Belarusian Industry Sector Sanctions by expanding the foreign direct produc...

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On April 5th, the Department of Justice announced the indictment of several companies and the forfeiture of over $800,000 as a result of an attempt to...

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Expansion of Defense Articles and Defense Services Eligible for Transfer under the Canadian and Treaty Exemptions


The Department of State is amending the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to expand the types of defense articles that may be exported ...

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Restricted Parties Screening


A key component to every company’s export compliance program should be screening of the U.S. government export sanctioned lists prior to shipment. Com...

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New EAR Rule Controls on Advanced Computing Extended to include Macau


On January 17, 2023, BIS finalize a rule extending controls on Advance Computing; Semiconductor Manufacturing Items; Supercomputer and Semiconductor E...

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Proposed Rule to Add Entries to ITAR “What is Not an Export”


The Department of State proposes to add two new entries to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to expand the definition of “activitie...

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