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Export Compliance Audits

Periodic export compliance audits are an integral aspect of a company’s export compliance program. Audits demonstrate adherence both to a company’s internal controls and to U.S. export laws and regulations, including the Export Administration Regulation and International Traffic in Arms Regulations .  Export compliance audits review export invoices and other export documents to ensure compliance with product […]

Air Shows

Air Shows If your company will be participating and exhibiting products at Air Shows (Farnborough Air Show, Paris Air Show, ILA Berlin Air Show, etc.) it is important that any military/defense products, including parts/components, are not forwarded/exported or taken with company employees to the air show without required State Department or Commerce Department licensing authority […]

Spacecraft Licensing Changes

Many  Spacecraft Items Move from USML Cat. XV to EAR 9X515 On May 13, 2014 the Commerce Department released the interim final revisions to USML Category XV-Spacecraft and related items. As of November 10, many items previously controlled by the State Department in the spacecraft USML category will now be controlled by the Commerce Department’s […]

Cloud Application Licensing

DDTC suggests that with “sufficient means” cloud application licensing may not be necessary, provided the recipient is a US person employed by US government or corporation The State Department posted a response to a company’s recent post and subsequent clarification regarding a State Department advisory opinion. In the original opinion, the DDTC said that tokenization […]