Tag Archive: International Traffic in Arms Regulations
Prime contractors for the U.S. defense industry bear the bulk of the burden for complying with the State Department’s International Traffic in Arms regulations….
Companies working with the State Department received a much-needed reprieve from some of the strict mandates of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) — at least through the middle of…
The U.S. secretaries of state and commerce have announced changes to U.S. export controls in response to recent action by China involving Hong Kong….
You can add the International Traffic Arms Regulations to the list of regulations that have eased up on certain mandates as a result of…
It may cost your organization some cash upfront to make sure you are in compliance with International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), but it…
With so many regulations out there, how do you know which ones that apply to your organization? The easy way is to partner with…
Among the many, MANY regulations your organization must follow to avoid penalties from a variety of government agencies, the ones that may carry the…
If your company is involved in exporting any defense products or services, you’re probably already familiar with ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations). And…
Are you being hounded by your Suppliers and/or Customers to get Compliant? There are an average 201 cyber compliance updates per day issued from…
ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulation) is a very strict US government export regulation that when in violation, comes with very hefty civil and…