Welcome to the ExportControl.org web site sponsored by the Export Control and Related Border Security Assistance program. This site is dedicated as a resource for Export Control information.
The Export Control and Related Border Security Assistance (EXBS) program is the United States Government's premier initiative to help other countries improve their export control systems. The EXBS program is a U.S. Government interagency program, managed by the Department of State's Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, designed to help prevent proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), their missile delivery systems, conventional weapons, and related items by assisting foreign governments to establish and implement effective export control systems that meet international standards.
INFORMATION ON THIS SITE
The menu to the left is your passage to a wealth of information on export control programs, international agreements, and links to other agencies and organizations working toward nonproliferation goals. Listed below is a brief description of what you will find in each menu item.
The EXBS Program.
Learn more about the program and its activities.
An Overview of U.S. Export Controls.
Become familiar with export control strategies and tactics employed by the United States Government.
Explore suggestions and recommendations for implementing and maintaining an effective export control system.
Red Flags and Watch Lists.
Identify activity indicative of export violations and learn the identity of companies and individuals suspected of export control violations.
Discover the breadth of national, international, and non-governmental efforts to combat WMD proliferation.