Background

Effective Dec. 21, the State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls is waiving the requirement for exporters to deposit permanent export licenses with U.S. Customs and Border Protection prior to filing in the Automated Export System or the Automated Commercial Environment. DDTC explains that there is no longer a need for such deposits because DDTC is electronically sending registration and licensing data to CBP on a daily basis in anticipation of full ACE implementation. This exemption will remain in effect until DDTC amends 22 CFR 123.22(a)(1) to remove this requirement.

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