Export Administration Act of 1979

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Export Administration Act of 1979

Legislation in the United States that gave the president the authority to control exports to other countries when national security and/or short supply demand it. The Act expired in 1994 but its regulations have been renewed by executive order every year since. Since 1990, the Act has not applied to agricultural products under some circumstances.
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Oral Interviews: The EAA may require Proposers to participate in an oral interview and negotiation process to discuss their proposal and to answer any questions the EAA may have regarding their proposal.
Talks between the union and the city have continued, however, and the EAA issued a notice last week to workers to hold off on future job actions.
Login tests with account credentials supplied by EAA.
Work with the EAA to configure and document security groups and settings.
EAA President Bob Aquino said he was prepared to fight the city's legal challenge.
Office space for helpdesk operations; EAA will provide appropriate seating and computer equipment for staff to complete the work assigned.
We told the city straight on, early on, that they could avoid this whole thing,'' EAA Executive Director Robert Aquino said Friday.
The Ducks Unlimited Great Outdoors Festival will take place August 26, 27 and 28, at the EAA Convention Grounds, 3000 Poberezny Road in Oshkosh, WI 54901.
Captain Mohammad Odeh, Board Chairman of MAA, inked this contract with Adel El Banna, Dean of Egypt Air Flying College at EAA.
Since then, however, the EAA has received a strike sanction from the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor so other unions -- including the Teamsters and longshore workers -- could refuse to cross the picket lines if the EAA walks out again.
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What's more likely is that the EAA, which is unable to get the contract it wants out of City Hall, is in no mood to give the council its coveted power extension.