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October 01, 2008 

DDTC Posts FAQs on Registration Fee Changes

The Directorate of Defense Trade Controls has posted on its website FAQs regarding the recently announced changes and increases to the registration fees.

Of particular note, DDTC stated that applications used to calculate the new registration fee include DSP-5s, 73s, 61s, 85s, 119s, 53s and agreements and their amendments. Cases returned without action and denied cases are not included in the fee calculation.

In addition, DDTC stated that companies can obtain a list of the licenses that DDTC will count in calculating the new registration fee can be requested from the DDTC Response Team. All requests for license lists must be submitted in writing (email or fax) and will be provided to the company within 2 business days.

If a registrant believes an error has been made in calculating its registration fee the registrant may submit a written request explaining the basis for the challenge to the attention to the Director of the Office of Defense Trade Controls Compliance.




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