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DDTC Seen Likely to Proceed With ITAR Telework Rule

The State Department is expected to follow through with a rule that would permanently revise the International Traffic in Arms Regulations to allow employees involved in ITAR-related activity to work remotely. The rule, crafted under the Trump administration, was sent…Subscribe to Read >>

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BIS Planning New Emerging Tech Proposals, Still Reviewing Surveillance Controls

The Bureau of Industry and Security is working on several new proposed rules for emerging technologies and is still sifting through industry comments on potential controls for surveillance technologies, the agency said in its 2020 report to Congress this month…Read More >>

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