Krypt Blogs | ECCN

Information and Insights on Global Trade and Supply Chain Solutions


Export Controls: Complying with EAR

Export Administration Regulations (EAR) are in place to control exports (including re-exports and deemed exports) of commercial and dual-use goods, software and technology (i.e. items not intended for military use but may be used for military purposes). These regulations are managed by the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS). When determining whether an … Continue reading “Export Controls: Complying with EAR”

By: Team Krypt - December 5th, 2016

Meeting the LVS Exception using GTS

Managing the LVS License Exception requires meeting some basic rules: the single shipment of eligible commodities does not exceed the “LVS value limit” on the CCL the exception is available for all destinations in Country Group B of the CCL orders to the same ultimate or intermediate consignee must not exceed the annual limit Managing … Continue reading “Meeting the LVS Exception using GTS”

By: Team Krypt - May 24th, 2016

Technology Restrictions on Encrypted Goods

In our global economy access to information and technology is becoming more and more common. There are so many benefits stemming from globalization however IT security could be a major concern. It is vital for companies to make sure information is accessed only by authorized individuals. The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) creates the encryption provisions … Continue reading “Technology Restrictions on Encrypted Goods”

By: Team Krypt - April 19th, 2016