• (11/17/2022):

    (11/17/2022): BIS Updates Pakistan Due Diligence Guidance

  • (11/11/2022):

    (11/11/2022): 3rd Joint US-EU stakeholders outreach event Dual Use Research

  • (11/04/2022):

    (11/04/2022): BIS Issues Charging Letter Against Mohammad Alhamra And WEBS Electronics Tradeing Company For Violating U.S. Exports Controls

  • (10/28/2022):

    (10/28/2022): BIS updated public information page on export controls imposed on advanced computing and semiconductor manufacturing items to the People’s Republic of China (PRC)

  • (10/19/2022):

    (10/19/2022): European Nationals and Entities Indicted on Charges of Violating U.S. Laws for Their Attempt to Export a Dual-Use High-Precision Jig Grinder to Russia

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Complying with U.S. Export Controls seminar November 29 - December 2, 2022

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In partnership with the World Trade Center Denver (WTC Denver), and utilizing the power of virtual, interactive learning tools, BIS is offering our popular Complying with U.S. Export Controls seminar as an online program. This interactive course delivers critical information for compliance with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Click here for details.

 

   

You can search the entire EAR by going to the simple search page provided by GPO. Type "15" in the "Enter a Title Number" block, and then type the term you would like to search in the "Search For" block. Then click the "submit search" button.

Once you are in a section or part of the EAR, you can search for any term by pressing (Ctrl + F) and entering in the term.

You may save any file in the eCFR by clicking file and save. It will save an HTML of the file that is searchable. Then you will have access to the file even if you are not on the internet.

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