Defense Secretary Gates to Outline Export Control Reform Proposals
Defense Secretary Robert Gates is expected to announce the results of the Obama Administration's proposed export control reform review in a speech to the the Business Executives for National Security on April 20, 2010 in Washington, DC.
In his speech, Secretary Gates is likely to describe the Administration's near-term and long-term export control objectives and set out a timetable for action.
In August 2009, President Obama directed that the National Economic Council and National Security Council to launch a broad-based interagency process to review the overall U.S. export control system, including the dual-use and defense-related trade processes.
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