USML to CCL Regulatory Changes

 

Since 2013, certain items that do not warrant control on the USML have transitioned to the Commerce Control List (CCL). The Office of Technology Evaluation (OTE) evaluates the impact and effectiveness of these regulatory changes by compiling export and licensing data. The analyses below reflect major USML to CCL rule changes as well as usage of Strategic Trade Authorization (STA), an export license exception authorization established in 2011 which may be used to export many former-USML items.


Statistics of USML to CCL Regulatory Changes 2023 Statistics 2022 Statistics

2023 June Statistics
2023 June Statistics of U.S. Exports under USML to CCL regulatory Changes (PDF)pdf icon download
2023 June Statistics of BIS Licensing under USML to CCL regulatory Changes (PDF)pdf icon download

2022 Statistics
2022 Statistics of U.S. Exports under USML to CCL regulatory Changes (PDF)pdf icon download
2022 Statistics of BIS Licensing under USML to CCL regulatory Changes (PDF)pdf icon download

 

 

 

USML to CCL Regulatory Changes (Archives)

   

Statistical Reports

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The Office of Technology Evaluation (OTE) of the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) produces statistical reports from its analyses of available data from the Automated Export System (AES) and BIS license application system to identify trends in export and licensing, support the evaluation of the U.S. Export Control System, and inform policy decisions.

   
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