Office of Foreign Assets and Controls (OFAC) posted .pdf screen shots of its presentation symposium. Most of information is a form of restatement of governmental policies. There are some interesting points worth noting with respect to BIS.
If OFAC authorizes an export to Iran, no BIS license is required
Luxury goods to N. Korea include: luxury automobiles; yachts; gems; jewelry; other fashion accessories; cosmetics; perfumes; furs; designer clothing; luxury watches; rugs and tapestries; electronic entertainment software and equipment; recreational sports equipment; tobacco; wine and other alcoholic beverages; musical instruments; art; and antiques and collectible items including but not limited to rare coins and stamps.
OFAC and BIS share jurisdiction with respect to Sudan
BIS Contact List for Clarifications and Questions:
Main (Foreign Policy Division a.k.a. FPD)
Director, FPD Joan Roberts
Cuba, Iran, Syria Tony Christino
N. Korea, Sudan, Burma Susan Kramer