The Automated Export System has been modified to report shipments governed by last Fall's Certain Advanced Computing and Semiconductor Manufacturing Items; Supercomputer and Semiconductor End Use Rules.
Following October’s Authorized Cybersecurity Exports action the Department of Commerce has established a Temporary General License to avoid disruption of supply chains for certain items that are ultimately destined to customers outside of People’s Republic of China (China) or Macau.
In a separate series of actions, the BIS Deputy Assistant Secretary for Export Administration issued a number of Supply Chain Authorization Letters which describe specific authorizations granted pursuant to requests based on exigent circumstances of actual or potential supply chain disruptions.
As a result of these actions, changes will be made to the Automated Export System (AES) in order for exporters and authorized agents to successfully report electronic export information in the AES.
A complete list of all of the AES License Codes and reporting instructions for these types can be found at: AESTIR Appendix F - License and License Exemption Type Codes | U.S. Customs and Border Protection (cbp.gov)
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