Since 1987, The Export Practitioner has provided readers with expert reports on changes to U.S. export licensing rules, enforcement policies and regulations for defense and dual-use products and technology.
- Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS)
- Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC)
- Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
- Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
- U.S. Department of Justice
- Census Bureau
- U.S. Export-Import Bank
- Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
- International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
- U.S. trade sanctions
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- Automated Export System (AES) filing rules
Reports in The Export Practitioner will help you speed your products through the government export licensing maze to customers abroad and avoid costly legal troubles.
The Export Practitioner is read by hundreds of export managers, international trade lawyers, and trade consultants with some of the largest exporting companies in the world and some of the smallest. Just as they do, you will find information in each issue that you can apply directly to coping with U.S. export controls and trade sanctions.
Reading The Export Practitioner, you will gain practical insights into exporting requirements and find reports that will:
- Alert you to new U.S. export control rules and policies
- Clarify how your export license applications will be reviewed
- Steer you away from legal pitfalls and compliance troubles
- Help speed your products and services to your customer .
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Meredith Gilston wears many hats at The Export Practitioner. When she's not managing several websites, she's covering news events, such as congressional hearings and trade conferences, writing and editing stories for publication.
After sharpening her pen covering Latin
American and Caribbean trade news
during the NAFTA negotiations in the mid-1990s,
Meredith spent almost 15 years
building large-scale customer websites,
managing production departments and
implementing intuitive user interfaces. Since
2010, she has been immersed in
the world of international trade, export
controls and sanctions policy.
Meredith earned an English degree from UC Berkeley and has always been drawn to the dual world of arts and technology.