Export Control Classification Number

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Export Control Classification Number

Also called an ECCN. An alphanumeric code used to identify the level of control required for an export. An ECCN is used for technological goods and helps ensure applicable laws are being followed.
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Once the ECCN has been identified, an exporter can determine the reasons for control of the item and which transactions may require an export license based on the country of destination.
(1) As a result of "development" has properties peculiarly responsible for achieving or exceeding the performance levels, characteristics, or functions in the relevant ECCN or U.S.
Once a licensee is able to confirm whether or not the relevant software is 'subject to the EAR' and (if so) the relevant ECCN or applicability of EAR99, the licensee would need to consider the applicability of the General Prohibitions and (possibly) the need to seek a licence for the proposed activity.
Think of it this way: one export of a controlled product like a fermenter capable of toxin production without the propagation of aerosols (controlled under ECCN 2B352) can be a violation of the regulations that permits an enemy of the U.S.
development, production, or use for items on the ECCN, it is classified
The RE1012 is designed and tested to meet or exceed IEC-61850, and IEEE 1613 standards, and comply with Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) 5A992.
Each item on this list is given a number -- called an Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) -- which indicates the type of license that is required prior to the release of any information about that item.
The Visual Compliance suite includes Restricted, Denied, Blocked, Unverified, and Sanctioned Party Screening; ECCN and USML ITAR classification and License Determination; Export License Management; Traveling Employee & Visitor Management; Export Documentation and AES Electronic Filing; Import Documentation & ABI Electronic Filing including ISF/10+2 and eManifest; HTS Import Classification and Rulings; NAFTA and other Free Trade Agreements; Integration with SAP, Oracle, Legacy, eCommerce and other corporate systems; Audit and Records Management; Statutes, Regulations and Resources.
The CCL is the list of commercial products that are most likely to require an export license.(67) The CCL identifies items with specific Export Control Classification Numbers ("ECCN"), which are then used to determine if a license is needed to export a particular item to a specific country, a specific end use, or a specific end user.(68)