The U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) administers U.S. laws, regulations and policies governing the export and reexport of commodities, software, and technology (collectively items) falling under the jurisdiction of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). The primary goal of BIS is to advance national security, foreign policy, and economic objectives by ensuring an effective export control and treaty compliance system, and promoting continued U. Entity List. The Entity List identifies foreign parties that are prohibited from receiving some or all items subject to the EAR unless the exporter secures a license. These parties present a greater risk of diversion to weapons of mass destruction (WMD) programs, terrorism, or other activities contrary to U.S. national security and/or foreign policy interests. By publicly listing such parties, the Entity List is an important tool to prevent unauthorized trade in items subject to the EAR U.S. control lists correspond directly with the lists maintained by the various multinational export control regimes, but are augmented by unilateral controls when necessary to ensure national security and foreign policy imperatives. The three major lists of export-controlled items are the Commerce Control List (CCL), the United States Munitions List (USML), and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Controls (NRCC) The Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has implemented new restrictions on exports and reexports to Burma, and transfers (in-country) within Burma, of sensitive items subject to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) in response to the military coup and escalating violence against peaceful protesters. BIS has also added to the Entity List four entities - two Burmese.. Commerce Controll List (CCL) und Export Commodity Classification Number (ECCN) Welche Waren, Software oder Technologien aufgrund ihrer technischen Beschaffenheit bzw. ihrer Verwendungsmöglichkeiten Gegenstand der amerikanischen Exportkontrollen sind, ergibt sich auf der Grundlage der Commerce Controll List (CCL). Die CCL ist innerhalb der EAR unter der Bezeichnung Supplement No. 1 to EAR Part 774 zu finden. Struktur und Inhalte der CCL gleichen in wesentlichen Teilen der deutschen.
Export control is an area of legislation that regulates the export of goods, software and technology. Some items could be potentially useful for purposes that are contrary the interest of the exporting country. These items are considered to be controlled. The controlled items are prevented to some degree from being sent to destinations where it is perceived they will be used in a harmful way. Many governments in the world implement Export Controls. Typically there will be. Export Controlled or Sanctioned Countries, Entities and Persons. The US Department of the Treasury now requires export licenses for the export or import of ALL goods, services, or technology to or from the Crimea, with the exception of certain agricultural commodities, medicine, and medical supplies. When considering whether or not a shipment,. The Entity List is a tool utilized by BIS to restrict the export, re-export, and transfer (in-country) of items subject to the EAR to persons (individuals, organizations, companies) reasonably believed to be involved, or to pose a significant risk of becoming involved, in activities contrary to the national security or foreign policy interests of the United States. Additional license requirements apply to exports, re-exports, and transfers (in-country) of items subject to the EAR to listed. Commerce Control List (CCL) - A list of items under the export control jurisdiction of the Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce. The CCL is found in Supplement 1 to part 774 of the EAR. Commerce Control List (CCL) Category - The CCL is divided into ten categories: (0) Nuclear Materials, Facilities and Equipment, and Miscellaneous; (1) Materials, Chemicals.
Further, as noted above, the recent listings of Chinese companies on the DoD List are likely to lead to additional export control restrictions on the named parties under the new Commerce rule that requires licenses, and establishes a presumption of denial policy, for exports, re-exports, or transfers (in-country) of certain products and technologies to Chinese military end-users. Since this new rule defines military end-users to include any person or entity whose actions. BIS places entities on the Entity List pursuant to part 744 (Control Policy: End-User and End-Use Based) and part 746 (Embargoes and Other Special Controls) of the EAR. The End-User Review Committee (ERC), composed of representatives of the Departments of Commerce (Chair), State, Defense, Energy and, where appropriate, the Treasury, makes all decisions regarding additions to, removals from, or. Commerce Control List (CCL) - A list of items under the export control jurisdiction of the Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce. The CCL is found in Supplement 1 to part 774 of the EAR
arrow-right. The Commerce Department said it has placed Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp., or SMIC; drone maker DJI; and dozens of other Chinese companies and universities on the. Use the Consolidated Screening List Search Engine. The Consolidated Screening List (CSL) is a list of parties for which the United States Government maintains restrictions on certain exports, reexports, or transfers of items. Below, under Tools are links to the CSL search engine, downloadable. While the list of Controlled Items has not yet been published, it is anticipated that it will build upon China's current export control lists. The scope of the Controlled Items list appears to include categories of items controlled under the U.S. Commerce Control List 11 and the U.S. Munitions List. 12. Licensing Regim
U.S. Agency Type Denied Persons List . Parties on this list are prohibited from participating (directly or indirectly) in the export of commodities, software, or technology subject to EAR. Parties include persons named on a Standard or Non-Standard Order by the Department of Commerce. Department of Commerce (BIS) Export-related Entity List The Export Administration Regulations are a set of regulations found at 15 C.F.R. § 730 et seq. They are administered by the Bureau of Industry and Security, which is part of the US Commerce Department. In general, the EAR govern whether a person may export a thing from the U.S., reexport the thing from a foreign country, or transfer a thing from one person to another in a foreign country. The EAR apply to physical things as well as technology and software U.S. Treasury, Commerce, and State Departments Impose Sanctions and Export Control Measures on Russian Officials and Entities Hon. Nazak Nikakhtar , Lori Scheetz , John Shane Wiley Rein LL transfers of controlled information, including technical data, to persons and entities outside the United States; Under the export control regulations, the export of certain goods and technology may be prohibited or a government license may be required to proceed with the export. While most exports do not require government licenses, licenses are required for exports that the U.S. EAR99 is the catch-all designation for export controlled technology which is not specifically identified on any U.S. export control list (e.g. Commodities above EAR99 Tangible items controlled under the 9x515 or 600 series ECCNs require a Technology Control Plan - contact EAR , but which do not have 9x515 or 600 series ECCNs , do not require technology control plans
The U.S. export regulations restrict imports and exports to certain destinations without a U.S. Government authorization (called license). Embargoes sanctions (CRIMEA - REGION OF UKRAINE, CUBA, IRAN, NORTH KOREA, and SYRIA) prohibit ALL transactions (including imports and exports) without a license authorization. Targeted sanctions prohibit certain exports of items, dat
The U.S. export control embargo for Sudan, which is distinct from U.S. sanctions, applies to exports and reexport of items subject to the jurisdiction of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) administered by the U.S. Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS). Specifically, the embargo policy for Sudan under Section 742.10 of the EAR prohibits the export and reexport. ITAR and EAR apply to U.S. items or materials located anywhere if any of the following apply: On the U.S. Munitions List (USML) (ITAR, 22 CFR 121.1) Includes other items or technologies with a significant military application even if not on USML On the Commerce Control List (CCL) (EAR 15 CFR 774
We discuss the designation of other entities using U.S. export control authorities in Section IV.G, supra. In response to the July 9 designations, on July 13, China announced corresponding sanctions against four U.S. officials and the U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China, an independent U.S. Government agency created by statute in 2001. Though these sanctions have widely been. U.S. Imposes Entity List Restrictions on Large Chinese Semiconductor, Shipbuilding, and Drone Companies. By Robert Slack on December 18, 2020. Posted in China, Export Controls and Sanctions. Today, the United States added 60 companies in China and 17 companies located elsewhere to the Commerce Department's Entity List. Among the Chinese firms targeted are chipmaker Semiconductor. The ECL authorizes a general framework for State Export Control Authorities to identify controlled items subject to export controls through published control lists. Control lists are to be updated periodically. In addition to general control lists, the ECL authorizes State Export Control Authorities to list items for temporary controls for a provisional period of up to two years before determining whether or not to list the items on a control list Export of cryptographic technology and devices from the United States was severely restricted by U.S. law until 1992. The law gradually became eased until around 2000, but some restrictions still remain today. Since World War II, many governments, including the U.S. and its NATO allies, have regulated the export of cryptography for national security reasons, and, as late as 1992, cryptography was on the U.S. Munitions List as an Auxiliary Military Equipment. Due to the enormous.
SAP products and services are not available to entities and individuals with whom transactions are prohibited under applicable export control and sanctions laws, including those listed on any applicable sanctioned party lists (e.g., European Union Sanctions List, U.S. Specially Designated National (SDN) lists, U.S. Denied Persons List, BIS Entity List, United Nations Security Council Sanctions) Related Controls Other U.S. agencies regulate exports of more specialized items. For example, the U.S. Department of State's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls administers U.S. export controls covering defense articles and defense services that appear on the U.S. Munitions List under the ITAR. Information on U.S. Department of State export licensing procedures, the ITAR, and the Arms Export Control Act can be found at Tel: (202) 663-1282 Export Control has access to Visual Compliance software which combines these government lists into one easy screening tool. Departments can also utilize Visual Compliance software. Contact the Export Control team for more information. If an export license is required, it takes a minimum of 6 weeks to have it approved by the U.S. government and must be in place prior to the export or disclosure. Noncompliance with the export regulations can result in penalties of $250,000 to $1 million per. Export Controlled or Embargoed Countries, Entities, and Persons. What is being exported or disclosed to a foreign national, where it is going, and to whom it is being exported or disclosed, are important keys to ascertaining whether a transaction requires an export license. The lists below deal with where and to whom items, information, or software is going. (See the lists of. Violations of U.S. export control laws and regulations can result in civil penalties of up to $500,000 per violation under the ITAR and up to $250,000 per violation under the EAR and under OFAC sanctions. Criminal penalties are up to $1 million and 20 years in prison, or both. In addition, violators may face debarment and/or be denied export privileges. These penalties may be imposed on any.
.S. and China will need to navigate compliance with U.S. export control and trade restrictions as well as China's UEL Provisions and other export control laws and regulations to assess risks of their cross-border transactions. Chinese companies whose productions and business rely on foreign supplies should carefully review their supply chains and take actions to seek alterations and reasonable. The DPL lists individuals and entities who have been denied export and reexport privileges, such as persons who have previously been charged with violating U.S. export controls. Denied persons are.
Department of Commerce dual-use export control-listed pathogens and toxins are listed below. These pathogens and toxins are found on the Commerce Control List (CCL) in Category 1 at ECCNs 1C351 through 1C360.Please note that export controls also apply to genetic elements and genetically modified organisms that contain DNA associated with the pathogenicity of these biological materials NetPosa, including three aliases (Dongfang Netpower Technology Co.; Dongfang Wangli Technology; and NetPosa Technologies Ltd.); and. SenseNets, including six aliases (Deep Net Vision; Deep Network Vision; Sensenets Corporation; Shenzhen Net Vision; Shenzhen Shenwang Vision Technology Co., Ltd.; and Shenzhen Vision)
On May 16, 2019, a sweeping U.S. export control rule went into effect that will impact the U.S. tech industry, but may also create an outsized risk for non-U.S. manufacturers. The rule, issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) adds Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (Huawei) and 68 of its affiliates to the Entity List. That designation effectively prohibits the export, reexport, and retransfer of all U.S.-origin items subject to the Export. U.S. Increasingly Uses Trade Blacklist for Foreign Policy Goals In the past, the list was more closely tied to violations of U.S. export control regulations, international trade experts sa
The Entity List, found in Supplement No. 4 to Part 744 of the EAR, permits U.S. officials to identify non-U.S. persons as subject to restrictions and licensing policies for the export, reexport and/or transfer (in-country) of items subject to the Commerce Department's export control jurisdiction. These Entity List requirements are independent of, and in addition to, controls and license. The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Department of the Treasury administers economic and trade sanctions against specific countries, individuals and entities. These trade sanctions programs apply to University activities. The most comprehensive sanctions involve Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria. For the most recent list of sanctions see this OFAC website
The U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) on March 16 added 24 companies and individuals to the Entity List for posing a risk to U.S. national security and foreign. On 31 July 2020, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) added Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC) and two government officials related to XPCC to the Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List (SDN List) because of serious human rights abuses against ethnic minorities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR). The sanctioned government officials are Sun Jinlong, a former Political Commissar of XPCC, and Peng Jiarui. The Export Control Order 2008 includes a list of the countries which are subject to transit controls for military goods, and a list of countries which are subject to transit controls for Category. We help clients comply with export controls and sanctions laws by carrying out due diligence, preparing licenses and licensing strategies, designing risk models using advanced data analytics, developing practical policies and procedures, and crafting training programs that correspond to the culture and risk-profile of their business. Our Service Offerings. Compliance Programs Our team helps.
The MEU List and the Entity List rules do not apply to services in support of any type of item or activity, only to the export, reexport, or transfer of items. Exports to companies that are not on the Entity List can be subject to the Entity List prohibitions if an Entity List entity is a party to the transaction, such as a purchaser. Exports to unlisted companies outside of China, Russia, or Venezuela when an MEU is a party to the transaction, however, do not create a license requirement. In order to facilitate the application of financial sanctions, the European Banking Federation, the European Savings Banks Group, the European Association of Co-operative Banks and the European Association of Public Banks (the EU Credit Sector Federations) and the Commission recognised the need for an EU consolidated list of persons, groups and entities subject to CFSP related financial sanctions. It was therefore agreed that the Credit Sector Federations would set up a database containing. The U.S. Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC) enforces U.S. embargo restrictions on a number of countries, including Cuba, Iran, Syria, Sudan, and North Korea, 3 as well as maintains a list of Specially Designated Nationals (SDNs), consisting of persons and entities identified as supporting terrorism, narcotics trafficking, or otherwise identified with an embargoed. . In its issuance of the final rule, BIS explained that there is reasonable cause to believe that Huawei has been involved in activities.
'ENTITY LIST' The U.S. action is similar to a Commerce Department move that nearly put Chinese telecommunications equipment company ZTE Corp 000063.SZ out of business earlier this year by. .S. Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) imposed additional export control restrictions on Myanmar (Burma) in response to the recent military coup in that country. BIS previewed the new restrictions in an announcement last month when the U.S. imposed sanctions on the country's military leadership. Today's changes include the following (50 U.S.C. 1701 note) Missile Sanctions Laws Two missile sanctions laws, the Arms Export Control Act and the Export Administration Act , prohibit the transfers of missile equipment or technology by foreign persons, and provide legal authority to the President to place sanctions on offending entities The list, which includes prominent Chinese companies such as Huawei, Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC), China Telecom, China Mobile, and Hikvision, opens the door for the President to impose sanctions on these entities and could have significant implications related to areas such as export controls, foreign investment, and supply chain security for any U.S. companies that deal with.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Industrial Equipment to Iran - On Oct. 24, 2019, an Ohio man was sentenced in U.S. District Court for exporting gas and oil pipeline parts to Iran for more than a decade in deliberate violation of a U.S. embargo and trade sanctions. Behrooz Behroozian, 64, of Columbus, was sentenced to 20 months in prison ITAR Proscribed (no export of ITAR defense articles or data) Cuba Iran: Sudan* Afghanistan* China (PRC - including Hong Kong) Cyprus* Eritrea Fiji* Guinea* Haiti* Indonesia* Lebanon Niger* Palestine/Hamas* Sierra Leone Somalia Sri Lanka* Thailand Venezuela Vietnam* Yemen* Limited Sanctions (No financial transactions or exports) Burma (Myanmar Thus, generally speaking, the export control regulations permit U.S. universities to allow foreign nationals (e.g., students, faculty, academic appointees, and non-employee participants in University programs) to participate in fundamental research projects without securing a license, provided there are no controls on publication or access restrictions. We may also share with foreign nationals in the U.S. or abroad 'technology' or 'software' that arises during, or results from.
In order to meaningfully impede proliferation and prevent contributing to WMD/Missile programs in these countries, the international community had to figure out a way to control exports of unlisted items, as well as listed items, destined for programs of concern. The solution was to focus on the end-use and end-user of the item, rather than the item itself. During the 1990s, the U.S. and other supplier countries began applying what are called Catch-All controls. These controls provide a. the Arms Export Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2751 et seq.); the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 U.S.C. 2011 et seq.); or; any other statute that requires the prior review and approval of the United States Government as a condition for the export or reexport of goods or services. a prohibition on loans or credits by U.S. financial institutions to SSB totaling more than $10 million in any 12-month period (Section 235(a)(3)); a ban on U.S. Export-Import Bank assistance for exports to SSB (Section 235(a. .S.- Regierung zu rechnen. Es genügt daher keinesfalls nur deutsches bzw. EU- Ausfuhrrecht zu beachten! Für die Einhaltung der amerikanischen Ausfuhrbestimmungen U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR) und die Kontrolle der Dual-Use-Exporte (und Reexporte) ist das Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) des U.S. Department of. EU export controls reflect commitments agreed upon in key multilateral export control regimes such as the Australia Group, the Wassenaar Arrangement, the Nuclear Suppliers Group and the Missile Technology Control Regime. They contribute to the EU's Security Strategy and the EU Strategy against the Proliferation of WMDs
The Consolidated List includes all individuals and entities subject to measures imposed by the Security Council. The inclusion of all names on one Consolidated List is to facilitate the implementation of the measures. You may download the current UN Security Council consolidated list from the below links. The files are available in three formats: PDF, XML and HTML Shipments to certain individuals, organizations, or institutions who have violated U.S. export laws are prohibited. The United States government maintains export prohibited lists, including but not limited to the Treasury Department's Specially Designated Nationals List and Commerce Department's Entity and Denied Persons Lists
Manufacturers, distributors, retailers, technology companies, service providers and foreign suppliers turn to Husch Blackwell for guidance on export controls and economic sanctions. We advise on compliance and licensing related to Export Administration Regulations (EAR); International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR); Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) regulations; trade sanctions and embargoes administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC); Foreign. Government entities not located in the following countries require a U.S. export license in order to obtain restricted non-retail strong encryption items: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey. .c, 1A004.d, 1A995, 1A999.a, 1D003, 2A983, 2D983, and 2E983, e.g. protective and detection equipment and software employed to enable such equipment. BIS will also apply a policy of case-by-case review to items designated as EAR99 that are described in the Note to ECCN 1A995. Finally, BIS has adopted a.
August 17 Entity List Rule: Exports require a license where Entity List parties are a party to the transaction . This rule revises the EAR to clarify that the Entity List licensing requirements apply to exports, reexports, and transfers of items subject to the EAR when a listed entity is a party to the transaction, regardless of the role that a listed entity has in the transaction (i.e., as a. Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). U.S. persons and entities are prohibited from doing business with SDNs, such as Syrian Air, without obtaining a license from OFAC. According to court documents, Ali Caby ran the Bulgaria office of AW-Tronics, a Miami export company that was managed by Arash Caby, and which shipped and exported various aircraft parts and equipment. Addition of new Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) to Supplement No. 2 to Part 744 to also include the following ECCNs: 2A290, 2A291, 2B999, 2D290, 3A991, 3A992, 3A999, 3B991, 3B992, 3C992, 3D991, 5B991, 5A992, 5D992, 6A991, 6A996, and 9B990
Part I of Annex AL (Export List) to AWV mainly contains the list of controlled military equipment. In case of the export of certain firearms, the firearms regulation should be taken into account. The Regulation (EC) No. 428/2009 (so-called Dual-Use Regulation) has to be observed in case of items which may be used for civil and military purposes (so-called dual-use items). It stipulates a. The U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) export control regulation 10 CFR Part 810 implements Section 57b.(2) of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (AEA), as amended by Section 302 of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Act of 1978 (NNPA). This regulation is administered by the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). The revised Part 810 (final rule) became effective on 25 March 2015, and, among other things, controls the export of unclassified nuclear technology and assistance. It. the export of controlled items, consult multiple lists of entities known or suspected of violating export control laws or regulations, and screen foreign end users to determine their eligibility to receive items without a license. Agencies also review shipping records to identify patterns of abuse and to plan end-use checks—visiting foreign companies to verify the approved use and location. CISTEC publishes 3 types of commodity classification form reflected by the latest Japanese export control regulations once a year. One is the Parameter Sheet. Another is the Komokubetutaihihyo. The other is the Kohyo List. Usually the forms are filled and attached to goods and/or Technology (items) for exporting because exporters in Japan are often asked to submit the forms at Japan Customs for exporting goods. There is only Japanese version of the forms, and they are not standard or.
Commerce Control List (CCL)—A list of items under the export control jurisdiction of the Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce. Note that certain additional items described in part 732 of the Export Administration Regulations are also subject to the EAR. The CCL is found in Supplement 1 to part 774 of the EAR The export of defense articles or performance of defense services that are inherently military in character, or specially designed, modified or engineered for military applications are regulated by the International Traffic in-Arms Regulations (ITAR) and enumerated in the U.S. Munitions List (USML) and require licensing. Never rely on the sponsor to determine if foreign students or.
The U.S. government controls the export of a wide variety of physical commodities (equipment, materials, systems) on several control lists. Additionally, any technical data (technology)* which provides insight into the development, production, or use of a controlled physical commodity is also controlled as is certain software associated with the same items The Screening List is a web-based platform which consolidates eleven separate export screening lists of the Departments of Commerce, State and the Treasury into a single list of parties for which the USG maintains restrictions on certain exports, reexports, sanctions, and transfers of items. Companies can search the list by entity name, country, and other criteria to help ascertain whether potential transaction parties might be subject to export restrictions or other sanctions. The U.S.
The list names 103 foreign entities, of which 58 are in China and 45 in Russia. The U.S. government said the action is necessary to prevent American-made civil aviation products from being diverted.. Entity List Action: With BIS's placement of the Huawei Group on the Entity List, the EAR prohibit unlicensed exports, reexports and in-country transfers of items - hardware, software (including software updates) or technology (including design and manufacturing know-how) - that are subject to the EAR to listed Huawei Group entities. It is critical, then, to understand the circumstances in which an item is subject to EAR. In general, an item is subject to the EAR if Overview. An export licence is needed before the export of controlled military goods, software and technology and items on the UK dual-use list from the United Kingdom to another country At the heart of the U.S. export control system are the EAR, which regulate the export, reexport, and transshipment of most commercial goods and technologies that originate in the U.S. The EAR, which are implemented by the Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry Security (BIS), were intended to focus on the regulation of dual use items: items that have commercial application, but. Section 1237 of the 1999 NDAA requires the Secretary of Defense to compile a list of Chinese Military Companies (i.e., any person owned or controlled by the People's Liberation Army and engaged in providing commercial services, manufacturing, producing, or exporting) that are operating directly or indirectly in the United States or its territories and possessions. The 31 listed Chinese Military Companies cover a broad range of sectors, including telecommunications, aviation.
BIS's controls derive from the four multilateral export control regimes,1 BIS also implements 1 The Australia Group (chemical and biological items), Missile Technology Control Regime, Nuclear Suppliers Group, and Wassenaar Arrangement (dual-use items and conventional arms) Export compliance continues to be complicated for companies involved in business with China. On 1 August 2018, the U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) expanded the Entity List, restricting certain transactions with eight Chinese entities and 36 subordinate institutions. These 44 Chinese parties include large state-owned enterprises and their subsidiaries, and. The Unverified List (UVL) is a precursor to the Department of Commerce Entity List. Parties are added to the UVL when there may not be sufficient information to add the foreign person/entity at issue to the Entity List. Parties listed on the UVL are ineligible to receive items subject to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) by means of a license exception and there are additional filing. The Entity List does not preclude a U.S. company or organization from doing business with a listed entity, but it imposes additional license requirements and generally limits the availability to most license exceptions for exports, reexports and transfers to listed entities. Realizing the crippling financial effect that Huawei Technologies' initial placement on the Entity List had on the U.S. confirmation until she commits to keeping Huawei on the Entity List and commits to staffing the Department's Bureau of Industry and Security with an Under Secretary who has national security credentials and expertise on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Authority: The Department of Commerce has authority over export controls, the primary regulatory tool to keep U.S. technology out of the.