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Export Controls: U.S. Agencies Need to Assess Control List Reformäó»s Impact on Compliance Activities
Thomas Melito (au)
To protect its national security and commercial interests, the U.S. has implemented an export control system to limit sensitive technologies from falling into the wrong hands. The Dept. of State regulates U.S. defense exports and the Dept. of Commerce regulates dual-use exports that have commercial and military applications. Each agency uses a separate control list of items that may require a license to export. Agencies use compliance activities to prevent the diversion or misuse of exported items against U.S. interests or allies. Misuse can occur through illicit transshipment, the diversion of items from their origin through an intermediary country to an unauthorized destination. In 2010, the President announced reforms to the export control system.This review examines (1) agenciesäó» compliance activities to address transshipment risk and (2) the extent to which U.S. agencies assessed the impact of export control reforms on the resource needs for compliance activities. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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