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Notice to Exporters 2014/01: Reporting changes

The following Open General Export Licenses (OGELs) have been changed to reflect the reporting changes announced in Notice to Exporters 2013/18:

Military controls

Open general export licence (certified companies)

Open general export licence (export for exhibition: military goods)

Open general export licence (export after repair/replacement under warranty: military goods)

Open general export licence (export for repair/replacement under warranty: military goods)

Open general export licence (exports or transfers in support of UK government defence contracts)

Open general export licence: exports under the US-UK defence trade co-operation treaty

Open general export licence (historic military goods)

Open general export licence (military components)

Open general export licence (military goods, software and technology)

Open general export licence (military goods, software and technology: government or NATO end use)

Open general export licence (military goods: collaborative project typhoon)

Open general export licence (military goods: for demonstration)

Open general export licence (military surplus vehicles)

Open general export licence (software and source code for military goods)

Open general export licence (technology for military goods)

Open general export licence (vintage aircraft)

Open general export licence (international non-proliferation regime decontrols: military items)

Dual Use Controls

Open general export licence (chemicals)

Open general export licence (cryptographic development)

Open general export licence (export for repair/replacement under warranty: dual-use items)

Open general export licence (dual-use items: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

Open general export licence (international non-proliferation regime decontrols: dual-use items)

Open general export licence (low value shipments)

Open general export licence (oil and gas exploration: dual-use items)

Open general export licence (technology for dual-use items)

Military and dual-use controls

Open general export licence (Turkey)

Open general export licence (X)

Open general export licence (exports in support of joint strike fighter: F-35 Lightning II)

Additionally, the following changes were made to OGELs:

Other changes to OGELS

3. We have also taken the opportunity to update some licences following MOD advice. This includes a change of email address for the Chief Information Officer Information Security Policy and the change in name of the former MOD Form 1686 to the new name of ‘Application to sub-contract to collaborate on protectively marked work approval’.

The amended OGELs are as follows:

    • Military Goods Software and Technology
    • Military Goods Software and Technology ( Government or NATO end use)

4. In addition a clause has now been added that will automatically stop your entitlement to use an OGEL if the OGEL has not been used within any 24-month period. You are however, able to reregister for the licence if you have a requirement to do so. This measure should reduce unnecessary audits.

 

Link:

Notice to Exporters 2014/01

Notice to Exporters 2013/18

 

Categories: Export Control Sanctions Regulations UK Updates

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