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Arms Brokering and the ITAR

ECTI covers the evolution of U.S. arms brokering regulations, tracing their inception in 1996 to the present day. Learn how the addition of Part 129 to the ITAR transformed oversight, encompassing registration, approval, and reporting for defense articles and technology brokers.

Guidelines for DSP-85 Applications – Updated

The universe of defense articles and defense services subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) consists predominantly of unclassified items. But some defense articles are also classified. If your organization deals with classified defense articles or defense services, you should familiarize yourself with a specific licensing form – the DSP-85.

Exporting 600 Series Items Under License Exceptions

ECTI discusses the conditions and requirements for exporting items controlled under the Commerce Control List (CCL) “600 series” using license exceptions. It’s important to understand the licensing requirements and properly document the export transactions to avoid potential penalties and legal issues.