Bureau of Export Administration

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BXA (Bureau of Export Administration)

The primary U.S. Government export control authority.

What is BXA(Bureau of Export Administration)?

Bureau of Export Administration (BXA) is established as a separate agency within the Department of Commerce on Oct. 1, 1987 (50 U.S.C. app. 2401 et seq. The Bureau directed the Nation’s dual –use export control policy. Major functions included processing license applications and enforcing export control laws. These activities were central not only to fighting proliferation, but also to pursuing other national security, short supply, and foreign policy goals.

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