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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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Modification of Note to Paragraph VIII(h)(1); Parts Common to VIII(h)(1) Aircraft and KF-21


DDTC has modified the Note to paragraph (h)(1) of USML Category VIII to state that parts, components, accessories, and attachments specially designed ...

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International Traffic in Arms Regulations: Removal of Certain Capacitors from Category XI(c)(5) of the U.S. Munitions List


On April 27, 2023, the Department of State published an interim final rule in the Federal Register that amends, effective May 21, 2023, U.S. Munitions...

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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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3D-Printed Firearm Files Remain Subject to the USML

Firearms, Ammunition and Weapons

From DDTC: The Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) issued a web notice on March 7, 2020 and a Federal Register notice on April 2, 2020 (85 Fe...

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ITAR “See Through” Rule


The phrase “see-through rule” is a colloquial phrase popularly used to refer to the impact of certain ITAR controls.  Specifically, it refers to the f...

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