Export control compliance requires that companies determine the jurisdiction and classification of products. It also requires companies to apply for an export authorization from either the Department of State (DOS) or Department of Commerce (DOC).
OCR’s DOC and DOS Licensing modules are comprehensive solutions designed to address licensing requirements, provide a standardized workflow for application preparation and internal review, manage submission to the U.S. Government, as well as to track the progress of a submission until authorization is received. These solutions also provide a direct workflow for submitting Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ), advisory opinions, reporting, and other communications with the government.
Increase your administrative efficiency by streamlining the application review process and improves the reporting and auditing functions with DOC/DOS LICENSING™.
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The Commerce Department Licensing module enables corporations to implement a uniform and consistent corporate wide license application and internal review policy for the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC).
The Directorate of Defense Trade Control (DDTC) implements and enforces the export regulations under the International Traffic and Arms Regulations (ITAR) . DDTC requires electronic submission of export authorizations for items on the U.S. Munitions List, through the DTrade export licensing system
Sign and submit forms electronically to DTrade without leaving the OCR system. DOS Licensing seamlessly processes and submits DDTC forms, and checks DTrade submission status within the OCR system. Eliminate the need to open DTSA Export License Status Advisor (ELISA) and My Application Ready Yet (MARY) system.
Reduce preparation and submission time and errors with configurable templates
Empowers officials and management to have compliance overview during the entire license submission life cycle and enables organizations to manage licenses, correspondence, amendments, agreements, commodity jurisdictions applications and office security reviews from their request and review workflow directly to submission
A searchable database of end-users, commodity descriptions, product classification, program name, country of destination and a variety of other data with easy identification of similar or related licenses to reference on Authorization application
Secure access protocols and user authentication to Active Directory using LDAP, SAML 2.0 and Single Sign-On (SSO) tools