by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington .
Written in English
|Series||S. hrg. ;, 106-790|
|LC Classifications||KF26 .B3946 1999b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 62 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||2001337309|
Export control laws apply to all activities, not just sponsored research projects. An export is: Shipment of a controlled commodity, equipment, material, or software outside of the U.S. Disclosing controlled technology or technical data to a . In addition to chapters on the international regime in general, the book provides a practical overview of the export/import control regimes covering defence and dual-use goods and services in fourteen key jurisdictions. Country reports each follow the same structure for easy comparison. Issues and topics covered include the following and much more:Cited by: 3. The Arms Export Control Act (AECA) was amended in to cover brokering activity by all persons (except officers/employees of the USG acting in an official capacity) with respect to the manufacture, export, import, or transfer of any defense articles or defense service on the U.S. Munitions List of the ITAR. Book Description In the ever-changing world of complex international rules, laws, and regulations, even seasoned export/import professionals may find themselves in unfamiliar situations.
The U.S. export control system is viewed as overly complex, and process information can be hard to obtain. Reports from other CoCom countries suggest that private industry in those countries has much better access to information about the ongoing export control process. The United States imposes export controls to protect national security interests and promote foreign policy objectives. The U.S. also participates in various multilateral export control regimes to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and prevent destabilizing accumulations of conventional weapons and related material. The Export and Brokering Controls Handbook is designed to be the main reference tool to assist exporters with questions about the administration of Canada's export controls which are administered pursuant to the Export Control List, the Area Control List and the Automatic Firearms Country Control List under the authority of the Export and Import Permits Act. Export Procedures and Documentation: An In-Depth Guide Twenty years ago, it took some effort to become an exporter. Today, primarily due to the internet, you can market your products and services around the globe without even trying.
Creating an Export Control and Compliance Program. If your company is subject to an audit or potential examination by an export official, being adequately prepared is good business. Visitor control is not an option for exporters who receive non-U.S. citizen visitors and who require an export license for their products or services and/or have a. Introduction to Export and Sanctions Compliance Export Control Compliance at UGA 3 How and why did this program develop? • Dec. , Feb. - Institutional Effectiveness Review of OVPR Recommended investigating the implementation of a formal export control program • April and May - Fischer and Associates Export. This guide presents a comprehensive overview of the importation process and provides both relevant and definitive explanations of procedural functions by outlining the existing imports controls including the Arms Export Control Act (AECA), the National Firearms Act (NFA) and the Gun Control Act (GCA). Export Control Challenges Associated with Securing the Homeland found that outdated regulations are not uniquely responsible for the problems that export controls post to DHS, although they are certainly an integral part of the picture. This report also explains that the source of these problems lies within a policy process that has yet to take.