15 CFR 740.11 - Governments, international organizations, international inspections under the Chemical Weapons Convention, and the International Space Station (GOV).

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§ 740.11 Governments, international organizations, international inspections under the Chemical Weapons Convention, and the International Space Station (GOV).
This License Exception authorizes exports and reexports for international nuclear safeguards; U.S. government agencies or personnel, and agencies of cooperating governments; international inspections under the Chemical Weapons Convention; and the International Space Station.
(a) International safeguards.
(1) Items identified on the Commerce Control List as controlled for national security (NS) reasons under Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) as follows for export or reexport to destinations other than Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, or the United Kingdom: 1C001, 5A001.b.5, 5A001.h, 6A001.a.1.b.1 systems or transmitting and receiving arrays, designed for object detection and location, having a sound pressure level exceeding 210 dB (reference 1 µPa at 1 m) and an operating frequency in the band from 30 Hz to 2 kHz inclusive, 6A001.a.2.a.1, 6A001.a.2.a.2, 6A001.a.2.a.3, 6A001.a.2.a.5, 6A001.a.2.a.6, 6A001.a.2.b, 6A001.a.2.e, 6A002.a.1.c, 6B008, 8A001.b, 8A001.d, 8A002.o.3.b; and
(i) Commodities or software consigned to the IAEA at its headquarters in Vienna, Austria, or field offices in Toronto, Ontario, Canada or Tokyo, Japan for official international safeguards use. The IAEA is an international organization that establishes and administers safeguards designed to ensure that special nuclear materials and other related nuclear facilities, equipment, and material are not diverted from peaceful purposes to non-peaceful purposes.
(ii) Commodities or software consigned to the Euratom Safeguards Directorate in Luxembourg, Luxembourg for official international safeguards use. Euratom is an international organization of European countries with headquarters in Luxembourg. Euratom establishes and administers safeguards designed to ensure that special nuclear materials and other related nuclear facilities, equipment, and material are not diverted from peaceful purposes to non-peaceful purposes.
(iii) Commodities consigned to IAEA or Euratom may be reexported to any country for IAEA or Euratom international safeguards use provided that IAEA or Euratom maintains control of or otherwise safeguards the commodities and returns the commodities to the locations described in paragraphs (a)(1)(i) and (a)(1)(ii) of this section when they become obsolete, are no longer required, or are replaced.
(iv) Commodity or software shipments may be made by commercial companies under direct contract with IAEA or Euratom, or by Department of Energy National Laboratories as directed by the Department of State or the Department of Energy.
(v) The monitoring functions of IAEA and Euratom are not subject to the restrictions on prohibited safeguarded nuclear activities described in § 744.2(a)(3) of the EAR.
(vi) When commodities or software originally consigned to IAEA or Euratom are no longer in IAEA or Euratom official safeguards use, such commodities may only be disposed of in accordance with the regulations in the EAR.
(2) The following items controlled for national security (NS) reasons under Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) identified on the Commerce Control List may not be exported or reexported under this License Exception to destinations other than Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom: 1C001, 5A001.b.5, 6A001.a.1.b.1 object detection and location systems having a sound pressure level exceeding 210 dB (reference 1 µPa at 1 m) for equipment with an operating frequency in the band from 30 Hz to 2 kHz inclusive, 6A001.a.2.a.1, 6A001.a.2.a.2, 6A001.a.2.a.3, 6A001.a.2.a.5, 6A001.a.2.a.6, 6A001.a.2.b, 6A001.a.2.e, 6A002.a.1.c, 6A008.l.3, 6B008, 8A001.b, 8A001.d, 8A002.o.3.b; and
(i) “Composite” structures or laminates controlled by 1A002.a, having an organic “matrix” and made from materials listed under 1C010.c or 1C010.d; and
(ii) -(iii) [Reserved]
(iv) Processing equipment controlled by 6A001.a.2.c and specially designed for real time application with towed acoustic hydrophone arrays; and
(v) Processing equipment, specially designed for real time application bottom or bay cable systems controlled; by 6A001.a.2.f; and
(vi) “Software”, as follows:
(A) [Reserved]
(B) Controlled by 5D001.a, specially designed for the “development” or “production” of equipment, functions or features controlled by 5A001.b.5; and
(C) Controlled by 6D001 for items controlled by 6A008.l.3 or 6B008; and
(D) Controlled by 6D003.a; and
(E) Controlled by 7D003.a or 7D003.b; and
(F) Controlled by 8D001, specially designed for the “development” or “production” of equipment controlled by 8A001.b, 8A001.d, or 8A002.o.3.b; and
(G) Controlled by 9D001, specially designed or modified for the “development” of equipment or “technology” controlled by 9A011, 9E003.a.1, or 9E003.a.3.a; and
(H) Controlled by 9D002, specially designed or modified for the “production” of equipment controlled by 9A011.
(3) No encryption items controlled for EI reasons under ECCNs 5A002, 5D002, or 5E002 may be exported under the provisions of this paragraph (a).
(4) Restrictions. Nationals of countries in Country Group E:1 may not physically or computationally access computers that have been enhanced by “electronic assemblies”, which have been exported or reexported under License Exception GOV and have been used to enhance such computers by aggregation of processors so that the APP of the aggregation exceeds the APP parameter set forth in ECCN 4A003.b. of the Commerce Control List in Supplement No. 1 to part 774 of the EAR, without prior authorization from the Bureau of Industry and Security.
(b) Governments—
(1) Scope. The provisions of paragraph (b) authorize exports and reexports of the items listed in paragraph (b)(2) of this section to personnel and agencies of the U.S. Government or agencies of cooperating governments.
(2) Eligibility—
(i) Items for personal use by personnel and agencies of the U.S. Government. This provision is available for items in quantities sufficient only for the personal use of members of the U.S. Armed Forces or civilian personnel of the U.S. Government (including U.S. representatives to public international organizations), and their immediate families and servants. Items for personal use include household effects, food, beverages, and other daily necessities.
(ii) Items for official use by personnel and agencies of the U.S. Government. This provision is available for items consigned to and for the official use of any agency of the U.S. Government.
(iii)
(A) Items for official use within national territory by agencies of cooperating governments. This License Exception is available for all items consigned to and for the official use of any agency of a cooperating government within the territory of any cooperating government, except items described in paragraph (a) to Supplement No. 1 of this section:
(B) Reporting requirements. See§ 743.1 of the EAR for reporting requirements for exports of certain items under this paragraph (b)(2)(iii).
(iv)
(A) Diplomatic and consular missions of a cooperating government. This License Exception is available for all items consigned to and for the official use of a diplomatic or consular mission of a cooperating government located in any country in Country Group B (see Supplement No. 1 to part 740), except items described in paragraph (b) of Supplement No. 1 of this section.
(B) Reporting requirements. See§ 743.1 of the EAR for reporting requirements for exports of certain items under this paragraph (b)(2)(iv).
(3) Definitions.
(i) Agency of the U.S. Government includes all civilian and military departments, branches, missions, government-owned corporations, and other agencies of the U.S. Government, but does not include such national agencies as the American Red Cross or international organizations in which the United States participates such as the Organization of American States. Therefore, shipments may not be made to these non-government national or international agencies, except as provided in paragraph (b)(2)(i) of this section for U.S. representatives to these organizations.
(ii) Agency of a cooperating government includes all civilian and military departments, branches, missions, and other governmental agencies of a cooperating national government. Cooperating governments are the national governments of countries listed in Country Group A:1 (see Supplement No. 1 to part 740) and the national governments of Argentina, Austria, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Korea (Republic of), New Zealand, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, and Taiwan.
(c) International inspections under the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC or Convention).
(1) The provisions of this paragraph (c) authorize exports and reexports to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and exports and reexports by the OPCW for official international inspection and verification use under the terms of the Convention. The OPCW is an international organization that establishes and administers an inspection and verification regime under the Convention designed to ensure that certain chemicals and related facilities are not diverted from peaceful purposes to non-peaceful purposes. These provisions authorize exports and reexports for official OPCW use of the following:
(i) Commodities and software consigned to the OPCW at its headquarters in The Hague for official international OPCW use for the monitoring and inspection functions set forth in the Convention, and technology relating to the maintenance, repair, and operation of such commodities and software. The OPCW must maintain effective control of such commodities, software and technology.
(ii) Controlled technology relating to the training of the OPCW inspectorate.
(iii) Controlled technology relating to a CWC inspection site, including technology released as a result of:
(A) Visual inspection of U.S.-origin equipment or facilities by foreign nationals of the inspection team;
(B) Oral communication of controlled technology to foreign nationals of the inspection team in the U.S. or abroad; and
(C) The application to situations abroad of personal knowledge or technical experience acquired in the U.S.
(2) Exclusions. The following items may not be exported or reexported under the provisions of this paragraph (c):
(i) [Reserved]
(ii) Inspection samples collected in the U.S. pursuant to the Convention; and
(iii) Commodities and software that are no longer in OPCW official use. Such items must be disposed of in accordance with the EAR.
(3) Confidentiality. The application of the provisions of this paragraph (c) is subject to the condition that the confidentiality of business information is strictly protected in accordance with applicable provisions of the EAR and other U.S. laws regarding the use and transfer of U.S. goods and services.
(4) Restrictions. Nationals of countries in Country Group E:1 may not physically or computationally access computers that have been enhanced by “electronic assemblies”, which have been exported or reexported under License Exception GOV and have been used to enhance such computers by aggregation of processors so that the APP of the aggregation exceeds the APP parameter set forth in ECCN 4A003.b. of the Commerce Control List in Supplement No. 1 to part 774 of the EAR, without prior authorization from the Bureau of Industry and Security.
(d) International Space Station (ISS)—
(1) Scope. This paragraph (d) authorizes exports and reexports required on short notice of certain commodities subject to the EAR that are classified under ECCN 9A004 to launch sites for supply missions to the International Space Station (ISS). The ISS is a research facility in a low-Earth orbit approximately 190 miles (350 km) above the surface of the Earth. The ISS is a joint project among the space agencies of the United States, Russia, Japan, Canada, Europe and Italy.
(2) Eligible commodities. Any commodity subject to the EAR that is classified under ECCN 9A004 and that is required for use on the ISS on short notice.
Note 1 to paragraph (d)(2):
This license exception is not available for the export or reexport of parts and components to overseas manufacturers for the purpose of incorporation into other items destined for the ISS.
Note 2 to paragraph (d)(2):
For purposes of this paragraph (d), ‘short notice’ means the exporter is required to have a commodity manifested and at the scheduled launch site for hatch-closure (final stowage) no more than forty-five (45) days from the time the exporter or reexporter received complete documentation. ‘Complete documentation’ means the exporter or reexporter received the technical description of the commodity and purpose for use of the commodity on the ISS. For purposes of this paragraph (d), ’hatch-closure (final stowage)’ means the final date specified by a launch provider by which items must be at a specified location in a launch country in order to be included on a mission to the ISS. The exporter or reexporter must receive the notification to supply the commodity for use on the ISS in writing. That notification must be kept in accordance with paragraph (d)(6) of this section and the Recordkeeping requirements in part 762 of the EAR.
(3) Eligible destinations. Eligible destinations are France, Japan, Kazakhstan, and Russia. To be eligible, a destination needs to have a launch for a supply mission to the ISS scheduled by a country participating in the ISS.
(i) Authorization to retain commodity at or near launch site for up to six months. If there are unexpected delays in a launch schedule for reasons such as mechanical failures in a launch vehicle or weather, commodities exported or reexported under the provisions of this paragraph (d) are authorized to be retained at or near the launch site for a period of six (6) months from the time of initial export or reexport before the commodities must be destroyed, returned to the exporter or reexporter, or be the subject of an individually validated license request submitted to BIS to authorize further disposition of the commodities.
(ii) Authorization to retain commodity abroad at launch country beyond six months. If, after the commodity is exported or reexported under this authorization, a delay occurs in the launch schedule that would exceed the 6-month deadline in paragraph (d)(3)(i) of this section, the exporter or reexporter or the person in control of the commodities in the launch country may request a one-time 6-month extension by submitting written notification to BIS requesting a 6-month extension and noting the reason for the delay. If the requestor is not contacted by BIS within 30 days from the date of the postmark of the written notification and if the notification meets the requirements of this subparagraph, the request is deemed granted. The request must be sent to BIS at the address listed in part 748 of the EAR and should include the name and address of the exporter or reexporter, the name and address of the person who has control of the commodity, the date the commodities were exported or reexported, a brief product description, and the justification for the extension. To retain a commodity abroad beyond the time authorized by paragraph (d)(3)(i) of this section, the exporter, reexporter or person in control of the commodity must request authorization by submitting a license application in accordance with §§ 748.1, 748.4 and 748.6 of the EAR to BIS 90 days prior to the expiration of the 6-month extension period.
(iii) Items not delivered to the ISS because of a failed launch. If the commodities exported or reexported under this paragraph (d) of this section are not delivered to the ISS because a failed launch causes the destruction of the commodity prior to its being delivered, exporters and reexporters must make note of the destruction of the commodities in accordance with the recordkeeping requirements under paragraph (d)(6)(ii) of this section and part 762 of the EAR.
(4) Requirement for commodities to be launched on an eligible space launch vehicle (SLV). Only commodities that will be delivered to the ISS using United States, Russian, ESA (French), or Japanese space launch vehicles (SLVs) are eligible under this authorization. Commodities to be delivered to the ISS using SLVs from any other countries are excluded from this authorization.
(5) Eligible recipients. Only persons involved in the launch of commodities to the ISS may receive and have access to commodities exported or reexported pursuant to this paragraph (d), except that:
(i) No commodities authorized under paragraph (d) of this section may be exported, reexported or transferred (in-country) to any national of an E:1 country listed in Supplement No. 1 to part 740 of the EAR, and
(ii) No person may receive commodities authorized under paragraph (d) of this section if they are subject to an end-user or end-use control described in part 744 of the EAR, including the entity list in Supplement No. 4 to part 744.
(6) Recordkeeping requirements. Exporters and reexporters must maintain records regarding exports or reexports made using the authorization in paragraph (d) of this section as well as any other applicable recordkeeping requirements under part 762 of the EAR.
(i) Exporters and reexporters must retain a record of the initial written notification they received requesting these commodities be supplied on short notice for a supply mission to the ISS, including the date the exporter or reexporter received complete documentation (i.e., the day on which the 45-day clock begins under paragraph (d) of this section). ‘Complete documentation’ means the exporter or reexporter received the technical description of the commodity and purpose for use of the commodity on the ISS.
(ii) Exporters and reexporters must maintain records of the date of any exports or reexports made using the authorization in paragraph (d) of this section and the date on which the commodities were launched into space for delivery to the ISS. If the commodities exported or reexported under paragraph (d) of this section are not delivered to the ISS because of a failed launch whereby the item is destroyed prior to being delivered to the ISS, this must be noted for recordkeeping purposes.
(iii) The return or destruction of defective or worn out parts or components exported pursuant to paragraph (d) of License Exception GOV is not required under this authorization. However, if defective or worn out parts or components originally exported or reexported pursuant to this paragraph (d) are returned from the ISS, then those parts and components may be either: returned to the original country of export or reexport; destroyed; or reexported or transferred (in-country) to a destination that has been designated by NASA for conducting a review and analysis of the defective or worn part or component. Documentation for this activity must be kept for recordkeeping purposes. No commodities that are subject to the EAR may be returned to a country listed in Country Group E:1 in Supplement No. 1 to part 740 or to any person if that person is subject to an end-user or end-use control described in part 744 of the EAR under the provisions of this paragraph (d)(6)(iii) of this section or any other provision of this paragraph (d) of this section. For purposes of paragraph (d) of this section, a ‘defective or worn out’ part or component is a part or component that no longer performs its intended function.
(7) Reexports to an alternate launch country. If a mechanical or weather related issue causes a change from the scheduled launch country to another foreign country after a commodity was exported or reexported under this paragraph (d), then that commodity may be subsequently reexported to the new scheduled launch country, provided all of the terms and conditions of paragraph (d) of this section are met, along with any other applicable EAR provisions. In such instances, the 6-month time limitation described in paragraph (d)(3)(i) of this section would start over again at the time of the subsequent reexport transaction. Note that if the subsequent reexport may be made under the designation No License Required (NLR) or some other authorization under the EAR, a reexporter does not need to rely on the provisions contained in this paragraph (d).
Supplement No. 1 to § 740.11—Additional Restrictions on Use of License Exception GOV
(a) Items for official use within national territory by agencies of a Cooperating Government. License Exception GOV is available for all items consigned to and for the official use of any agency of a cooperating government within the territory of any cooperating government, except:
(1) Items identified on the Commerce Control List as controlled for national security (NS) reasons under Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) as follows for export or reexport to destinations other than Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, or the United Kingdom: 1C001, 5A001.b.5, 5A001.h, 6A001.a.1.b.1 object detection and location systems, having a sound pressure level exceeding 210 dB (reference 1 µPa at 1 m) and an operating frequency in the band from 30 Hz to 2 kHz inclusive, 6A001.a.2.a.1, 6A001.a.2.a.2, 6A001.a.2.a.3, 6A001.a.2.a.5, 6A001.a.2.a.6, 6A001.a.2.b, 6A001.a.2.e, 6A002.a.1.c,6B008, 8A001.b, 8A001.d, 8A002.o.3.b; and
(i) “Composite” structures or laminates controlled by 1A002.a, consisting of an organic “matrix” and materials controlled by 1C010.c or 1C010.d; and
(ii)-(iii) [Reserved]
(iv) Processing equipment controlled by 6A001.a.2.c and specially designed for real time application with towed acoustic hydrophone arrays; and
(v) Processing equipment, specially designed for real time application bottom or bay cable systems controlled by 6A001.a.2.f;
and
(vi) “Software”, as follows:
(A) [Reserved]
(B) Controlled by 5D001.a, specially designed for the “development” or “production” of equipment, functions or features controlled by 5A001.b.5 and 5A001.h; and
(C) Controlled by 6D001 for items controlled by or 6B008; and
(D) Controlled by 6D003.a; and
(E) Controlled by 7D003.a or 7D003.b; and
(F) Controlled by 8D001, specially designed for the “development” or “production” of equipment controlled by 8A001.b, 8A001.d, or 8A002.o.3.b;
(G) Controlled by 9D001, specially designed or modified for the “development” of equipment or “technology” controlled by 9A011, 9E003.a.1, or 9E003.a.3.a; and
(H) Controlled by 9D002,specially designed or modified for the “production” of equipment controlled by 9A011;
(vii) “Technology”, as follows:
(A) Controlled by 1E001 for items controlled by 1A002.a as described by paragraph (a)(1)(i) of this Supplement, or 1C001; and
(B) [Reserved]
(C) Controlled by 5E001.a for the “development” or “production” of digitally controlled radio receivers controlled by 5A001.b.5 and radio frequency (RF) transmitting equipment controlled by 5A001.h; or 5D001.a for “software” specially designed for the “development” or “production” of digitally controlled radio receivers controlled by 5A001.b.5 and radio frequency (RF) transmitting equipment controlled by 5A001.h; and
(D) Controlled by 6E001 for the “development” of equipment or “software” in 6A001.a.1.b.1, 6A001.a.2.a.1, 6A001.a.2.a.2, 6A001.a.2.a.3, 6A001.a.2.a.5, 6A001.a.2.a.6, 6A001.a.2.b, 6A001.a.2.c, 6A001.a.2.e, 6A001.a.2.f, 6A002.a.1.c, 6B008, 6D001 (specially designed for the “production” or “development” of equipment in 6B008), or 6D003.a as described in paragraph (a)(1) of this Supplement; and
(E) Controlled by 6E002 for the “production” of equipment controlled by 6A001.a.1.b.1, 6A001.a.2.a.1, 6A001.a.2.a.2, 6A001.a.2.a.3, 6A001.a.2.a.5, 6A001.a.2.a.6, 6A001.a.2.b, 6A001.a.2.c, 6A001.a.2.e, 6A001.a.2.f, 6A002.a.1.c, or 6B008, as described in paragraph (a)(1) of this Supplement; and
(F) Controlled by 8E001 for items controlled by 8A001.b, 8A002.o.3.b, or 8A001.d; and
(G) Controlled by 9E001 for the “development” of equipment or “software” in 9A011, 9D001 for the “development” of 9A011, or 9D002 for the “production” of 9A011; and
(H) Controlled by 9E002 for the “production” of equipment in 9A011; and
(I) Controlled by 9E003.a.1; and
(J) Controlled by 9E003.a.3.a;
(2) Items identified on the Commerce Control List as controlled for missile technology (MT) or nuclear nonproliferation (NP) reasons;
(3) Regional stability items controlled under Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) 6A002.a.1.c, 6E001 technology according to the General Technology Note for the “development” of equipment in 6A002.a.1.c, and 6E002 technology according to the General Technology Note for the “production” of equipment in 6A002.a.1.c; or
(4) Encryption items controlled for EI reasons as described in the Commerce Control List.
(b) Diplomatic and consular missions of a cooperating government. License Exception GOV is available for all items consigned to and for the official use of a diplomatic or consular mission of a cooperating government located in any country in Country Group B (see Supplement No. 1 to part 740), except:
(1) Items identified on the Commerce Control List as controlled for national security (NS) reasons under Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) as follows for export or reexport to destinations other than Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, or the United Kingdom: 1C001, 5A001.b.5, 5A001.h, 6A001.a.1.b.1 object detection and location systems having a sound pressure level exceeding 210 dB (reference 1 µPa at 1 m) for equipment with an operating frequency in the band from 30 Hz to 2 kHz inclusive, 6A001.a.2.a.1, 6A001.a.2.a.2, 6A001.a.2.a.3, 6A001.a.2.a.5, 6A001.a.2.a.6, 6A001.a.2.b, 6A001.a.2.e, 6A002.a.1.c, 6B008, 8A001.b, 8A001.d, 8A002.o.3.b; and
(i) “Composite” structures or laminates controlled by 1A002.a, having an organic “matrix” and made from materials listed under 1C010.c or 1C010.d; and
(ii)-(iii) [Reserved]
(iv) Processing equipment controlled by 6A001.a.2.c and specially designed for real time application with towed acoustic hydrophone arrays; and
(v) Processing equipment, specially designed for real time application bottom or bay cable systems controlled by 6A001.a.2.f; and
(vi) “Software”, as follows:
(A) [Reserved]
(B) Controlled by 5D001.a, specially designed for the “development” or “production” of equipment, functions or features controlled by 5A001.b.5 and 5A001.h; and
(C) Controlled by 6D001 for items controlled by 6B008; and
(D) Controlled by 6D003.a; and
(E) Controlled by 7D003.a or 7D003.b; and
(F) Controlled by 8D001, specially designed for the “development” or “production” of equipment controlled by 8A001.b, 8A001.d, or 8A002.o.3.b;
(G) Controlled by 9D001, specially designed or modified for the “development” of equipment or “technology” controlled by 9A011, 9E003.a.1, or 9E003.a.3.a; and
(H) Controlled by 9D002, specially designed or modified for the “production” of equipment controlled by 9A011;
(vii) “Technology”, as follows:
(A) Controlled by 1E001 for items controlled by 1A002.a as described by paragraph (a)(1)(i) of this Supplement, or 1C001; and
(B) [Reserved]
(C) Controlled by 5E001.a for the “development” or “production” of digitally controlled radio receivers controlled by 5A001.b.5 and radio frequency (RF) transmitting equipment controlled by 5A001.h; or 5D001.a for “software” specially designed for the “development” or “production” of digitally controlled radio receivers controlled by 5A001.b.5 and radio frequency (RF) transmitting equipment controlled by 5A001.h; and
(D) Controlled by 6E001 for the “development” of equipment or “software” in 6A001.a.1.b.1, 6A001.a.2.a.1, 6A001.a.2.a.2, 6A001.a.2.a.3, 6A001.a.2.a.5, 6A001.a.2.a.6, 6A001.a.2.b, 6A001.a.2.c, 6A001.a.2.e, 6A001.a.2.f, 6A002.a.1.c, 6B008, 6D001 (specially designed for the “production” or “development” of equipment in 6B008), or 6D003.a as described in paragraph (a)(1) of this Supplement; and
(E) Controlled by 6E002 for the “production” of equipment controlled by 6A001.a.1.b.1, 6A001.a.2.a.1, 6A001.a.2.a.2, 6A001.a.2.a.3, 6A001.a.2.a.5, 6A001.a.2.a.6, 6A001.a.2.b, 6A001.a.2.c, 6A001.a.2.e, 6A001.a.2.f, 6A002.a.1.c, or 6B008, as described in paragraph (a)(1) of this Supplement; and
(F) Controlled by 8E001 for items controlled by 8A001.b, 8A002.o.3.b, or 8A001.d; and
(G) Controlled by 9E001 for items controlled by 9D001; and
(H) Controlled by 9E002 for the production of 9A011; and
(I) Controlled by 9E003.a.1; and
(J) Controlled by 9E003.a.3.a;
(2) Items identified on the Commerce Control List as controlled for missile technology (MT) or nuclear nonproliferation (NP) reasons;
(3) Regional stability items controlled under Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) 6A002.a.1.c, 6E001 technology according to the General Technology Note for the “development” of equipment in 6A002.a.1.c, and 6E002 technology according to the General Technology Note for the “production” of equipment in 6A002.a.1.c; or
(4) Encryption items controlled for EI reasons as described in the Commerce Control List.
[61 FR 64281, Dec. 4, 1996. Redesignated at 61 FR 68579, Dec. 30, 1996.]
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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 22 - FOREIGN RELATIONS AND INTERCOURSE
U.S. Code: Title 50, APPENDIX - WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENSE
U.S. Code: Title 50 - WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENSE
Presidential Documents

Executive Order ... 13026

Executive Order ... 13222

Notice ... Aug. 15, 2012

Title 15 published on 2014-01-01

The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 15 CFR 740 after this date.

  • 2014-03-26; vol. 79 # 58 - Wednesday, March 26, 2014
    1. 79 FR 16664 - Implementation of the Understandings Reached at the June 2013 Australia Group (AG) Plenary Meeting and the December 2012 AG Intersessional Decisions
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      DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Bureau of Industry and Security
      Final rule.
      This rule is effective March 26, 2014. Comments on the information collection may be submitted at any time.
      15 CFR Parts 710, 738, 740, 745, 772 and 774