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Commerce Increases Restrictions on U.S. Exports to Russian Industrial and Commercial Sectors

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The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) released a rule (link here) building on its March 3, 2022, Russian Industry Sector San...

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Automated Export System (AES) Updated Response Message for Type “C33” No License Required Filings

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Beginning January 13, 2022, AES will display a new response message for exports erroneously filed under Type “C33” No License Required. If the country...

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Tightened Controls on Cyber Security Items

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On October 20th, BIS released an interim rule which enhanced controls on certain Cyber Security items that can be used for malicious cyber activities....

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Voluntary Self Disclosure

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If you discover an export violation, you are strongly encouraged to submit a voluntary self-disclosure to either BIS or DDTC. The disclosure should in...

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Factsheet and FAQs related to the Addition of Russia to ITAR § 126.1

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On March 18, 2021, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) published a final rule (86 FR 14802) amending § 126.1 of the International Traffic...

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Restrictions On Exports, Reexports, And Transfers (In-Country) for Certain Military-Intelligence End Uses or End Users.

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Following on restrictions announced last year for military end users and end use, BIS has published a final rule, effective March 16, 2021, imposing a...

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