U.S. final rule amending ITAR to organize purposes and definitions
Finalized an interim final rule, making minor amendments
Organize purposes and definitions
The U.S. Department of State today released for publication in the Federal Register a final rule regarding the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
The Department of State in March 2022 amended the ITAR to better organize the purposes and definitions of the regulations, effective September 6, 2022.
After reviewing the comments received in response to that interim final rule, the Department of State has responded to public comments and finalized the interim final rule, including making minor amendments. Read the final rule [PDF 279 KB]
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