GAO draws blank on sale of disruptive tech to Iran

John P. Mello, Jr.

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A year ago, a law took effect banning federal agencies from doing business with companies selling technology to Iran that could be used to restrict the free flow of unbiased information in the country or to disrupt, monitor or otherwise restrict free speech there. Such companies were supposed to be blacklisted — put into the Excluded Parties List System — and barred from receiving any federal contracts, grants or other financial benefits.

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