If you find that the item intended for export is on the CCL, using the Export Control Classification number
in combination with the country chart, you can determine if a license is required.
The BIS final rule creates 10 new 600 series export control classification numbers
to accommodate the items being transferred from the USML, which include aircraft, gas turbine engines, components, accessories, attachments, software and technology.
One of the changes included in the rule is that mass market encryption commodities and software with key lengths (symmetric) over 64 bits may now be exported and re-exported to most destinations sans a license under Export Control Classification Numbers
5A992 and 5D992, so long as a 30-day review has been conducted by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).