What is export control compliance requirements?

Export controls are U.S. laws and regulations that regulate and restrict the release of critical technologies, information, and services to foreign nationals, within and outside of the United States, and foreign countries for reasons of foreign policy and national security.

What is ECCN 9E991?

According to BIS, the technology was classified under ECCN 9E991. In this case ECCN 9E991 refers to technology relating to ECCN 9A991 which simply covers aircraft parts “n.e.s.”

How do I find my Export Control Classification Number?

There are three ways to determine the Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) for your product.

  1. Go to the Source.
  2. Self-Classify.
  3. Request an official classification from the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).
  4. What if my product is not listed?

What is CCL in export?

The Commerce Control List (CCL) is a list of categories and product groups used to help determine if an export license is needed for U.S. exports.

What are the two types of export control?

What are the export controls and what do I need to check?

  • Commodity controls. This regulates the goods being exported.
  • Prohibited destinations. Some countries may have embargoes or sanctions in place, which means you might not be able to ship goods there.
  • Denied Party lists.
  • End-use of your goods.

How do you calculate ECCN?

How to find ECCN number

  1. Talk to the manufacturer, who may already have an assigned ECCN.
  2. Look at the Commerce Control List, and work through the categories to find the ECCN which most closely fits your product.
  3. Get an ECCN online through the Electronic Request for Item Classification (ERIC) process.

Is ECCN same as HS Code?

The ECCN code, similar to the HTS code, is a representative code for the commodity. If your item falls under U.S. Department of Commerce jurisdiction, and is not listed/described on the Commerce Control List, it is designated as ECCN: EAR99.

Which articles are subject to export controls?

Items Controlled By U.S. Export Regulations

  • All Items In the U.S. Regardless of Origin.
  • All Items of U.S. Origin.
  • Foreign-Made Items That Incorporate More Than de Minimis Amounts of Controlled U.S. Content.
  • Foreign-Made Items Utilizing U.S. Technology.
  • Other Certain Narrow Exceptions.

How do you classify ECCN?

An ECCN categorizes items based on the nature of the product, i.e. type of commodity, technology or software and its respective technical parameters.

What are ear 99 items?

Items not designated under the control of another federal agency or listed on the Commodity Control List (CCL) are classified as EAR99 (Export Administration Regulations). EAR99 items generally are low-technology consumer goods not requiring a license, however there are some exceptions.