ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) A five-digit alphanumeric classification system used to determine U.S. export licensing requirements. The ECCN represents a specific commodity defined in the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR). For more information on the EAR please visit the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) web site or

ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO THE COMMERCE CONTROL LIST Commerce Control List - Index Supplement No. 1 to part 774 - Index 1 Export Administration Regulations April 14, 2008 ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO THE COMMERCE CONTROL LIST This index is not an exhaustive list of controlled items. Description ECCN Citation ECCN & HTS Numbers For PostgreSQL - A2 Hosting ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) HTS (Harmonized Tariff Schedule) number; Unfortunately, there are no definitive guidelines for assigning an ECCN to PostgreSQL. Based on this PostgreSQL forum post, the ECCN number for PostgreSQL may be either 5A992 or … IBM Hardware Export Classification Lookup Tool Information on the export control status of IBM hardware and software products and comparison of IBM's hardware and software and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) Commerce Control List (CCL). This information is not intended to replace the EAR, but used in conjunction with the EAR to assist you in the export of IBM's hardware and software products.

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Containment devices (not enumerated under ECCN 1B608 or in USML Category IV or V) for the testing of high explosives or explosive devices . 1B234 . Containment facilities . 2B352.a . Continuous mixers . 1B118 . Control systems, on-line development of gas turbine engines . 9B002 . 9B619.a

Commerce Control List - Index Supplement No. 1 to part 774 - Index 3 Description ECCN Citation Export Administration Regulations Bureau of Industry and Security June 17, 2020

Jan 19, 2020 · Visit the manufacturer's website to find the ECCN. Companies that produce products that are frequently exported and subject to licensing typically have a database or ECCN index on the corporate website. You can search the database using the name or part number of the product. Look for your product in the index. If you do come across an ECCN for your product, check out the details of that ECCN from the Commerce Control List and see if those details describe your product. Make sure that your product’s technical specifications are described under any subheadings that maybe there under the ECCN in the CCL.