Category Archives: Export Compliance

Export Compliance Programs

Heather Noggle   October 25, 2017   Comments Off on Export Compliance Programs

That Export Compliance Program your company worked so hard to create – how do you maintain it?  How frequently?  Looking to update what content? Well, we’re nearing the end of the 3rd quarter of the 2017 calendar year, perhaps consider that the time is now! Quarterly might work for you. … Read more »

Are You Screening?

Heather Noggle   October 16, 2017   Comments Off on Are You Screening?

Since mid 2003 Global Wizard has offered Denied Party Screening Services as part of the full Global Wizard software suite. “In the beginning” – our beginning – the lists we tracked and offered contained about 8,000 names.  Today that’s closer to 62,000. Commonly called Restricted Party Screening, Denied Party Screening… Read more »

Routed Export Transactions and Rules

Heather Noggle   October 11, 2017   Comments Off on Routed Export Transactions and Rules

Public commentary wanted! Routed Export language is…difficult at best. Be a part of the evolving definition. Source: https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=USBC_FRDOC_0001-0023 The Bureau of the Census (U.S. Census Bureau) is seeking public comments to perform a review of the requirements governing routed export transactions. In particular, the Census Bureau is interested in comments regarding… Read more »

Schedule B and HTS Valid for Export – Some Statistics

Heather Noggle   October 7, 2017   Comments Off on Schedule B and HTS Valid for Export – Some Statistics

In a previous post about Schedule B and HTS valid for export, we explained why we make use of both lists and how it benefits our customers. Today is all about interesting stats: There are 22,138 active numbers across the lists that are eligible to be used for export. The reporting quantity… Read more »

Who is a U.S. Person

Heather Noggle   October 3, 2017   Comments Off on Who is a U.S. Person

Today’s topic is about U.S. Persons. This, being an export-centric blog, will focus on the export implications: A U.S. person, in terms of export licensing, is any U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident (i.e. Green Card holder), or individual who is granted status as a “protected person” under 8 U.S.C. 1324… Read more »

Guns

Heather Noggle   September 20, 2017   Comments Off on Guns

Guns. Exports. Got your attention? This post hails from Global Trade Law Blog. In our blog shop, most of the news we scan is the nerdy minutia of regulatory nuance. But the other day, we found big news, a real scoop. The ITAR will be rewritten to remove guns and ammunition… Read more »

AES Downtime Policy

Heather Noggle   September 7, 2017   Comments Off on AES Downtime Policy

Census has published a blog post about the AES Downtime policy. The AES Downtime Policy provides uniform procedures when the AES or the ACE AESDirect program is unavailable for transmission. During this time, the Census Bureau and CBP will work together to determine the cause and resolution for the problem…. Read more »

Schedule B/HTS Valid For Export Codes Updated…Again!

Heather Noggle   August 6, 2017   Comments Off on Schedule B/HTS Valid For Export Codes Updated…Again!

The US Government released updates to its Schedule B and HTS for Import numbers that are valid for update. Global Wizard has been updated, and here are some fun statistics about this small update. There are 22,138 valid codes. 2 codes are new. 2 codes were removed. 1 description of… Read more »

Schedule B/HTS Valid For Export Codes Updated

Heather Noggle   July 5, 2017   Comments Off on Schedule B/HTS Valid For Export Codes Updated

The US Government released updates to its Schedule B and HTS for Import numbers that are valid for update.  Global Wizard has been updated, and here are some fun statistics about this update. There are 22,138 valid codes. 74 codes are new. 7 codes were that were previously deleted were reactivated…. Read more »