The persons (including entities and individuals) listed in documents linked below have been convicted of violating or conspiracy to violate the Arms Export Control Act (AECA). As a consequence, they are subject to “statutory debarment” pursuant to §38(g)(4) of the AECA and §127.7 of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Thus, these persons are prohibited from participating directly or indirectly in the export of defense articles (including technical data) and defense services. The names of these parties and their ineligibility for defense trade have been previously published by DDTC in the Federal Register. Statutory debarment remains in effect unless the debarred person's application for reinstatement of export privileges is granted by DDTC; notice of reinstatement will be published in the Federal Register and the person's name will be removed from the list.Click here to view the statutory debarment list.
The above list includes only persons who are subject to statutory debarment for convictions of violating or conspiracy to violate the AECA. This is a small subset of persons who may be debarred or ineligible to participate in the export of defense articles and defense services. In other words, the list does not include persons that may be ineligible under other AECA and ITAR prohibitions or restrictions (e.g., for violations of, or indictments under, other statutes specified in the AECA; ineligibility to receive export or import licenses from other U.S. Government agencies; ineligibility for U.S. Government contracts).
In addition, persons may be "administratively debarred" on a case-by-case basis resulting from the resolution of individual enforcement proceedings for violations of the AECA and ITAR.Click here to view the administrative debarment list.
Although the lists on this Web page are periodically updated, the authoritative source for parties subject to statutory and administrative debarment is the notices published in the Federal Register.
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