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May 21, 2007 

DDTC Upgrading to D-Trade2

The Directorate of Defense Trade Controls announced today that it will soon be upgrading to D-Trade2:

On Wednesday, June 27th at 5pm EST, we will shut down D-Trade in order to upgrade to D-Trade2/Version 5.0. D-Trade2/Version 5.0 will be operational and online 9am Monday, July 2nd. Please note that both external and internal operations involving D-Trade will be affected by this promotion.

Beginning the week of May 21, we will post additional information on the DDTC Web site on how operations will be handled during this period, along with highlights of new and improved features available in D-Trade2/Version 5.0. Please hold your questions/concerns regarding the temporary shutdown until we post detailed guidance.

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