U.S. Supply ChainThe Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) will be holding a virtual conference on export control policy on Wednesday, September 2, 2020, after its annual in-person conference originally due to be held this summer was cancelled due to the coronavirus. The planned agenda for the BIS conference includes sessions on:

  • Executive Order 13873: Securing the Telecommunications Supply Chain
  • The Transition of USML Categories I-III to the CCL (Firearms)
  • Military End Use and End User Controls
  • Export Controls in Academic and Research Environments
  • Regulatory Updates
  • Anatomy of an Export Enforcement Investigation
  • License Exceptions in the EAR and Country Groups – Update
  • Semiconductors: What the Controls Look At
  • Sanctions & Foreign Policy-based Export Controls
  • DDTC Updates
  • The Entity List: Understanding and Managing the Impact

Those interested in attending can find more information and register through BIS’s website here. Please contact Husch Blackwell’s Export Controls & Economic Sanctions team with any other questions or concerns regarding export control policy.