This Guidance does not create any privileges, benefits, or rights, substantive or procedural, enforceable by any individual, organization, party, or witness in any administrative, civil, or criminal matter.



No. Due to Sudan's designation as a "State Sponsor of Terrorism" by the Secretary of State, the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) maintains license requirements with a general policy of denial for exports and reexports of most items on the Commerce Control List to most end users in Sudan. Revised License Exception CCD permits exports and reexports of certain eligible commodities and software on the CCL to Sudan that previously required a license. Items designated as "EAR99" (subject to the EAR but not described on the Commerce Control List) continue to be eligible for export and reexport to Sudan without a license in the absence of end-use or end-user concerns set forth in Part 744 of the EAR. The changes made pursuant to the rule implement the U.S. Government's policy objective of facilitating communication and the free flow of information among the Sudanese people.

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