The BIS recently published a list of seven new “best practices” to help companies improve their export compliance. Specifically, these best practices are designed to help avoid the diversion of dual-use items at international transshipment points (or “hubs”).
In this blog series, Export Solutions focuses on a different client to highlight their company history, products, services and business philosophies. This month we feature: Joining Technologies -- a 19-year-old company from East Granby, Connecticut.
Here’s another name to add to your next denied parties list screening – Mr. Jianwei Ding of Singapore. He has agreed to pay a $100,000 civil penalty, and receive a 25-year denial order, in response to allegations that he attempted to “knowingly and willfully” export carbon fiber to China
We hear a lot of misconceptions about ITAR and EAR in the process of educating people on these complex regulations. Here are five of the most common misconceptions people make during our various import export training sessions.
DDTC’s proposed new rule on dual and third-country nationals (DN/TCN) becomes final August 15, 2011. In preparation for the implementation of these provisions, DDTC has published a variety of guidelines and answers to frequently asked questions about the new 126.18 exemption.
When it comes to visa applications and export compliance, there were a lot of questions flying at last week’s BIS update conference in DC. The issue? A new section of the I-129 Visa Application, which first appeared in December, that asks employers to make certifications about the release of controlled technology to visa-applicant employees.
Here’s a recap of the third day of the BIS Update 2011 conference. (Don’t miss our posts from Day 1 and Day 2.) Looking for a comprehensive review of this year’s event? Join us for our free webinar on Aug. 10, where we’ll recap all the highlights and answer your questions.
The second day of this year’s BIS Update 2011 conference was full of, well … updates! (If you missed it, check out our recap of day one here.) Want the full scoop on this year’s event? Join us for our free webinar on Aug. 10, where we’ll recap all the highlights and answer your questions.
Here’s the first installment of my three-day coverage for this year’s BIS Update 2011 Conference in Washington, DC. Want the full update of this year’s event? Join us for our free webinar on Aug. 10, where we’ll recap all the highlights and answer your questions.
The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) recently published a proposed new rule that would make significant changes in the export controls of certain items. This is one of the bigger steps we’ve seen in recent months, and marks a move towards implementing President Obama’s overall export control reform initiative.