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This chart does not include all policies toward foreign countries for the export of defense articles and defense services. It includes certain policies published in the Federal Register , an official U.S. Government publication that should be consulted regularly to ensure up-to-date awareness of published country policies. All submissions to DDTC are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. There is no presumption of approval for submissions, and DDTC may disapprove applications that are not in furtherance of the national security or foreign policy of the United States, or for any other reason listed in ITAR §126.7 .

*Policy no longer in effect. In accordance with the Arms Export Control Act, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls will review applications for licenses on case-by-case basis. A corresponding rule in Federal Register to be published soon.

ARMS is not the old standard recruiting and compliance software that you’ve grown used to seeing. We provide software that solves the challenges that Athletic Directors have been trying to solve for decades. Learn More

Paper-laden business office processes in athletic departments have created a sense of frustration for far too long. ARMS will break down silos, automate processes, and create efficiencies never before possible. Learn More

Compliance administrators spend 90% of their time trying to obtain data with no time left to analyze that data for important tasks. ARMS will reverse that trend within the first 90 days, creating true institutional control. Learn More

This chart does not include all policies toward foreign countries for the export of defense articles and defense services. It includes certain policies published in the Federal Register , an official U.S. Government publication that should be consulted regularly to ensure up-to-date awareness of published country policies. All submissions to DDTC are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. There is no presumption of approval for submissions, and DDTC may disapprove applications that are not in furtherance of the national security or foreign policy of the United States, or for any other reason listed in ITAR §126.7 .

*Policy no longer in effect. In accordance with the Arms Export Control Act, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls will review applications for licenses on case-by-case basis. A corresponding rule in Federal Register to be published soon.

ARMS is not the old standard recruiting and compliance software that you’ve grown used to seeing. We provide software that solves the challenges that Athletic Directors have been trying to solve for decades. Learn More

Paper-laden business office processes in athletic departments have created a sense of frustration for far too long. ARMS will break down silos, automate processes, and create efficiencies never before possible. Learn More

Compliance administrators spend 90% of their time trying to obtain data with no time left to analyze that data for important tasks. ARMS will reverse that trend within the first 90 days, creating true institutional control. Learn More

The Australian Passport Office and its agents are committed to providing a secure, efficient and responsive passport service for Australia.

This chart does not include all policies toward foreign countries for the export of defense articles and defense services. It includes certain policies published in the Federal Register , an official U.S. Government publication that should be consulted regularly to ensure up-to-date awareness of published country policies. All submissions to DDTC are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. There is no presumption of approval for submissions, and DDTC may disapprove applications that are not in furtherance of the national security or foreign policy of the United States, or for any other reason listed in ITAR §126.7 .

*Policy no longer in effect. In accordance with the Arms Export Control Act, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls will review applications for licenses on case-by-case basis. A corresponding rule in Federal Register to be published soon.

ARMS is not the old standard recruiting and compliance software that you’ve grown used to seeing. We provide software that solves the challenges that Athletic Directors have been trying to solve for decades. Learn More

Paper-laden business office processes in athletic departments have created a sense of frustration for far too long. ARMS will break down silos, automate processes, and create efficiencies never before possible. Learn More

Compliance administrators spend 90% of their time trying to obtain data with no time left to analyze that data for important tasks. ARMS will reverse that trend within the first 90 days, creating true institutional control. Learn More

The Australian Passport Office and its agents are committed to providing a secure, efficient and responsive passport service for Australia.

The Department of State is responsible for the export and temporary import of defense articles and services governed by 22 U.S.C. 2778 of the Arms Export Control Act ("AECA"; see the AECA Web page ) and Executive Order 13637. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations ("ITAR," 22 CFR 120-130) implements the AECA. The ITAR is available from the Government Printing Office (GPO) as an annual hardcopy or e-document publication as part of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and as an updated e-document.

The Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR) is a regularly updated, unofficial editorial compilation of CFR material and amendments published in the Federal Register. The updated, but unofficial, version of the ITAR provided by e-CFR is linked below.

The annual edition of the ITAR (directly below) is published every April 1. It does not contain amendments to the ITAR that take effect between annual publications. Those amendments are published in the Federal Register (see further below).

This chart does not include all policies toward foreign countries for the export of defense articles and defense services. It includes certain policies published in the Federal Register , an official U.S. Government publication that should be consulted regularly to ensure up-to-date awareness of published country policies. All submissions to DDTC are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. There is no presumption of approval for submissions, and DDTC may disapprove applications that are not in furtherance of the national security or foreign policy of the United States, or for any other reason listed in ITAR §126.7 .

*Policy no longer in effect. In accordance with the Arms Export Control Act, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls will review applications for licenses on case-by-case basis. A corresponding rule in Federal Register to be published soon.

This chart does not include all policies toward foreign countries for the export of defense articles and defense services. It includes certain policies published in the Federal Register , an official U.S. Government publication that should be consulted regularly to ensure up-to-date awareness of published country policies. All submissions to DDTC are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. There is no presumption of approval for submissions, and DDTC may disapprove applications that are not in furtherance of the national security or foreign policy of the United States, or for any other reason listed in ITAR §126.7 .

*Policy no longer in effect. In accordance with the Arms Export Control Act, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls will review applications for licenses on case-by-case basis. A corresponding rule in Federal Register to be published soon.

ARMS is not the old standard recruiting and compliance software that you’ve grown used to seeing. We provide software that solves the challenges that Athletic Directors have been trying to solve for decades. Learn More

Paper-laden business office processes in athletic departments have created a sense of frustration for far too long. ARMS will break down silos, automate processes, and create efficiencies never before possible. Learn More

Compliance administrators spend 90% of their time trying to obtain data with no time left to analyze that data for important tasks. ARMS will reverse that trend within the first 90 days, creating true institutional control. Learn More

The Australian Passport Office and its agents are committed to providing a secure, efficient and responsive passport service for Australia.

The Department of State is responsible for the export and temporary import of defense articles and services governed by 22 U.S.C. 2778 of the Arms Export Control Act ("AECA"; see the AECA Web page ) and Executive Order 13637. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations ("ITAR," 22 CFR 120-130) implements the AECA. The ITAR is available from the Government Printing Office (GPO) as an annual hardcopy or e-document publication as part of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and as an updated e-document.

The Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR) is a regularly updated, unofficial editorial compilation of CFR material and amendments published in the Federal Register. The updated, but unofficial, version of the ITAR provided by e-CFR is linked below.

The annual edition of the ITAR (directly below) is published every April 1. It does not contain amendments to the ITAR that take effect between annual publications. Those amendments are published in the Federal Register (see further below).

The mission of the Office of Nonproliferation and Arms Control (NPAC) is to prevent proliferation, ensure peaceful nuclear uses, and enable verifiable nuclear reductions. NPAC provides a comprehensive approach to strengthen nonproliferation and arms control regimes, achieving its mission through four subprograms:



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