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DDTC Amends Cat. XI(c)(5)


With this rulemaking, the Department is removing from USML Category XI certain high-energy storage capacitors that it assesses have broad commercial a...

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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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EPCI-Enhanced Proliferation Control Initiative


Under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) Enhanced Proliferation Control Initiative (EPCI), a license is required to export/reexport ANY item ...

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Export Requirements Regarding Trade/Air Shows- Reminder


Warmer weather is approaching and with it air shows. It is important to remember if you will be exhibiting any military/defense products or licensable...

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End Use/End User Certification


Parts made by more than a dozen US and Western companies were found inside a single Iranian drone downed in Ukraine last fall, according to a Ukrainia...

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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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Year End Compliance Review


Year End Review of Compliance Requirements   As 2022 draws to a close, now is a good time to review your company’s compliance program and address...

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Antiboycott Restrictions


The Export Administration Regulations require that U.S. persons and U.S. companies refuse to participate in any foreign boycott not sanctioned by the ...

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Open General Licenses #1 and #2 Pilot Program


On August 1st,  DDTC implemented the Open General License (OGL) #1 and #2 pilot program, both of which are effective through July 30, 2023. These OGLs...

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A common situation that U.S. companies find themselves in is selling product to a U.S. customer, and then being asked by that customer to ship directl...

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