U.S. interim final rule amending ITAR to organize purposes and definitions
The interim final rule is effective September 6, 2022.
Amending ITAR to organize purposes and definitions
The U.S. Department of State today released for publication in the Federal Register an interim final rule amending the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to better organize the purposes and definitions of the regulations.
The interim final rule [PDF 563 KB] (87 pages) consolidates and collects in one document authorities, general guidance, and definitions.
The interim final rule is effective September 6, 2022. The Department of State will accept comments until 45 days after publication of the interim final rule in the Federal Register (scheduled to be published March 23, 2022).
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