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Information Collections on Exported Goods, Nuclear Equipment Under Review

Wednesday, July 01, 2015
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The Bureau of Industry and Security is accepting comments through July 29 on form BIS-711, “Statement by Ultimate Consignee and Purchaser.” This form puts the importer on notice of the special nature of the goods proposed for export and conveys a commitment against illegal disposition. In order to effectively control commodities, BIS must have sufficient information regarding the end-use and end-user of the U.S.-origin commodities to be exported. This information will assist the licensing officer in making the proper decision on whether to approve or reject the export license application.

Separately, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is inviting comments through Sept. 2 on the proposed extension of NRC forms 830, 830A, 831 and 831A concerning the export and import of nuclear equipment and material. Persons in the U.S. who export or import nuclear material or equipment under a general or specific authorization must comply with certain reporting and recordkeeping requirements under 10 CFR Part 110.

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