PUBLIC LAW 91-184-DEC. 30, 1969 EXEMPTION
CERTAIN PROVISIONS R E L A T I N G TO PROCEDURE AND J U D I C I A L REVIEW
[83 STAT. ADMINISTRATIVE
SEC. 8. The functions exercised under this Act are excluded from the operation of sections 551, 553-559, and 701-706, of title 5 United States 80 Stat. 3 8 1,
SEC. 9. I n order to enable United States exporters to coordinate their business activities with the export control policies of the United States Government, the agencies, departments, and officials responsible for implementing the rules and regulations authorized under this Act shall, if requested, and insofar as it is consistent with the national security, the foreign policy of the United States, the effective administration of this Act, and requirements of confidentiality contained in this Act— (1) inform each exporter of the considerations which may cause his export license request to be denied or to be the subject of lengthy examination; (2) in the event of undue delay, inform each exporter of the circumstances arising during the Government's consideration of his export license application which are cause for denial or for further examination; (3) give each exporter the opportunity to present evidence and information which he believes will help the agencies, departments, and officials concerned to resolve any problems or questions which are, or may be, connected with his request for a license; and (4) inform each exporter of the reasons for a denial of an export license request. QUARTERLY
SEC. 10. The head of any department or agency, or other official exercising any functions under this Act, shall make a quarterly report, within 45 days after each quarter, to the President and to the Congress of his operations hereunder. DEFINITION
SEC. 11. The term "person" as used in this Act includes the singular and the plural and any individual, partnership, corporation, or other form of association, including any government or agency thereof. E F F E C T S ON OTHER 50 USC 86-88 note.
68 Stat. 848.
SEC. 12. (a) The Act of February 15, 1936 (49 Stat. 1140), relating to the licensing of exports of tinplate scrap, is hereby superseded; but nothing contained in this Act shall be construed to modify, repeal, supersede, or otherwise affect the provisions of any other laws authorizing control over exports of any commodity. (b) The authority granted to the President under this Act shall be exercised in such manner as to achieve effective coordination with the authority exercised under section 414 of the Mutual Security Act of 1954 (22 U.S.C. 1934).