ITD letter.

Intent to Deny (ITD) letter. A letter informing the applicant:
(a) Of the reason for BIS's decision to deny a license application; and
(b) That the application will be denied 45 days from the date of the ITD letter, unless the applicant provides, and BIS accepts, a reason why the application should not be denied for the stated reason. See ยง 750.6 of the EAR.


15 CFR § 772.1

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