Export regulation (51 - 54 of 54 items)
[Request That GAO Examine Relocation of International Trade Administration Office]
124304: Sep 19, 1983
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Administration of Export Controls Under Export Administration Act
115085: Apr 30, 1981
Under the Export Administration Act, the United States controls the export of dual use commercial products and processes for national security, foreign policy, and short supply purposes. A GAO review addressed congressional concerns about how well the system is carrying out the act's national security goal of controlling exports of military significant technology and products to Russia and other E...
Licensing For Export of Turbine Engine Cores to Italy For Use In Iraqi Frigates
B-200643: Published: Dec 9, 1980. Publicly Released: Dec 9, 1980.
We have reviewed the U.S. export licensing procedures with regard to the Fenwick Amendment and the licensing of eight General Electric gas turbine engine cores for export to Italy and eventual reexport in frigates built for the Iraqi Navy. The Office of Export Administration in the Department of Commerce approved the license application on January 23, 1980. This approval was made without State Dep...
Administration of U.S. Export Licensing Should Be Consolidated To Be More Responsive to Industry
ID-78-60: Published: Oct 31, 1978. Publicly Released: Oct 31, 1978.
Exports of commercially available commodities are regulated by the Secretary of Commerce and a group of consulting departments and agencies. The Department of Commerce makes final licensing decisions unilaterally in some instances; in other instances, decisions are made only after the unanimous consent of consulted agencies is secured. The government's administration of export licensing is charact...