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February 27, 2012 

Freight Forwarder Proposed Debarment Update: CEVA Logistics Removed from EPLS

As a follow-up to our previous post on the impact that the proposed debarment will have on ITAR transactions, CEVA Logistics LLC and its subsidiary EGL Inc. have successfully challenged their debarment and have been reinstated by the Air Force. As a result these two entities have been removed from the EPLS.

DDTC has confirmed there is no further need for exporters to submit a "transaction exception" request for pending authorizations involving CEVA Logistics LLC.

DDTC today updated its February 24, 2012 guidance to reflect this change.

Yesterday's post has been updated to reflect the latest information.

Reminder: Today is the deadline for submission of transaction exception requests for pending authorizations that were received by DDTC after February 18, 2012 that included a freight forwarder included on the EPLS.



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