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Regulatory: The uncertain future of export control reform

19 September 2012

Inside Counsel

In spring 2010, the Obama administration announced a comprehensive plan to restructure and simplify the U.S. export control system to both strengthen national security and to facilitate legitimate exports. Given the complexity of the export control laws and the number of agencies involved, the administration set forth ambitious goals to restructure the system, including the following:

  1. A single control list that would control fewer but higher-risk items
  2. A single licensing agency
  3. A single enforcement agency
  4. A single IT infrastructure to process export licenses in a unified manner

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