If you’re one of the small minority of businesses that exports military and ITAR controlled products overseas, you’re not going to find much to help you on our site – sorry.
You can download the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) from our site, but there’s not a lot of discussion on how to use it or when it’s important.
Instead, I recommend that you check out our sister site ExportRules.com. They specialize in ITAR Compliance, export training and information for exporters of military goods.
If you’re a real compliance die-hard, check out their Sample Export Compliance Manual. It’s one of the best products I’ve seen for the development of military export compliance programs.
If that isn’t comprehensive enough for you, here’s an alternative ITAR manual