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April 05, 2009 

DDTC to Launch DTrade2 License Submission System on April 16th

U.S. exporters of defense articles and technical data should be aware that the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls will be launching DTrade2, its new electronic license submission and internal case management system, on April 16, 2009.

Starting on April 16, 2009, all new license submissions must be submitted DTrade2 and any new submissions to DTrade1 will be Returned Without Action with a request to resubmit using the DTrade2 application. While the DTrade1 application will no longer accept new cases, it will be available to track status and to attach additional data to pre-existing cases as required.

DTrade2 will require the use of new versions of all licensing forms, which can be found here on DDTC's D-Trade site. For more information on the changes that will be occurring in DTrade2, click here.

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