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ATTORNEY ADVISOR (GS-12; Excepted Service) (International Commerce) - The Office of the General Counsel is seeking an attorney to join the Office of the Chief Counsel for International Commerce (OCCIC). OCCIC provides legal support to the International Trade Administration (ITA) on a wide variety of international trade and investment issues, including export and investment promotion, electronic commerce and digital trade and privacy, government procurement, international antitrust, intellectual properrty, international standards, and anticorruption. (Posted: November 9, 2020; Application Period Open Through: November 23, 2020)
To learn more about the Office of the Chief Counsel for International Commerce, please visit OCCIC.
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