Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade Brad Sherman (D-CA) introduced legislation (H.R. 6828) that would mandate improved US government tracking of global shipments of potentially dangerous goods, including weapons and nuclear materials. If passed, the law would permanently reauthorize the law enforcement authority of the Department of Commerce and would require the Administration to work more closely with Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates. two countries of concern in the resale and transshipment of sensitive US technologies. The law would also require temporary suspension and review of the Administration’s VEU program in China.