Matthew Moore

Matthew Moore is the founder of Moore Compliance Law, and he focuses his practice on the areas of international trade and Government contracts regulatory law. Matthew’s practice covers all aspects of international trade matters (ITAR, EAR, OFAC sanctions, CBP regulations, ATF import rules, NISPOM, global anti-corruption, etc.), and government contract (FAR, DFARS, SBA) regulatory matters. He has extensive experience working with large and small clients in the aerospace, defense, and telecom industries.

Recent Posts

Non-Tariff Supply-Chain Restrictions on IT/Telecom Products and Services (Part 3 of 3)

Future Supply-Chain Rules to Be Implemented Under Executive Order 13873, and Under Sections 889(a)(1)(B) and 889(b) of the 2019 NDAA

There have been several recent developments in U.S. law, relating to non-tariff restrictions on foreign-origin information technology and telecommunications equipment, with a focus on Chinese-origin products. This is the third installment of a three-part series on this topic.

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Topics: Defense Contractors, DFARS Business Systems, Government Regulations, Export and Import

Non-Tariff Supply-Chain Restrictions on IT/Telecom Products and Services (Part 2 of 3)

Supply-Chain Rules from Section 889(a)(1)(A) of the NDAA for 2019 (Implemented by FAR Subpart 4.21)

There have been several recent developments in U.S. law, relating to non-tariff restrictions on foreign-origin information technology and telecommunications equipment, with a focus on Chinese-origin products. This is the second installment of a three-part series on this topic.

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Topics: Defense Contractors, DFARS Business Systems, Government Regulations, Export and Import

Non-Tariff Supply-Chain Restrictions on IT/Telecom Products and Services (Part 1 of 3)

Supply-Chain Rules Under DFARS Subpart 239.73

In the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China, the U.S. Government’s Section 301 tariffs on Chinese-origin goods has received most of the attention, and rightfully so. Effective September 1, 2019, these tariffs generally impact all Chinese-origin goods imported into the United States, including all information technology and telecommunications equipment (“Equipment”). However, there have also been several recent developments in U.S. law, relating to non-tariff restrictions on foreign-origin Equipment, with specific focus on Chinese-origin products.

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Topics: Defense Contractors, DFARS Business Systems, Government Regulations, Export and Import