POSSIBLE EXPORT CONTROLS ON EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
Discussion on the Commerce Department’s recent notice regarding proposed export controls on “emerging technologies.” The notice, published on November 19th, gives industry 30 days to submit comments on these proposed controls. The deadline for comments is, therefore, December 19th. You can find more information on this topic at the Akin Gump website.
Mr. Wolf served for seven years (2010-2017) as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration in the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) at the Department of Commerce, where he developed and implemented policies pertaining to Export Administration issues and provided overall direction to, and management of, BIS’s national security, nonproliferation, foreign policy, national defense and strategic industrial resource functions.
- Unilateral controls on their export to foreign countries
- Limitations on their release to foreign persons in the United States
- Additional mandatory filing requirements with CFIUS for non-controlling foreign investments of any size in U.S. businesses in a wide variety of sectors.
- Artificial intelligence;
- Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) technology;
- Microprocessor technology;
- Advanced computing technology;
- Data analytics technology;
- Quantum information and sensing technology;
- Logistics technology;
- Additive manufacturing;
- Brain-computer interfaces;
- Advanced materials; and
- Advanced surveillance technologies.