Links to useful Forms

Links to Commonly used Websites 

Export Control Organisation

exportcontrol.help@trade.gov.uk.

ECO: Licensing Performance Dashboard

EU Sanctions against Russia

FCO

HMRC Trade Tariff

Member state of the European Union

Missile Technology Control Regime

Nuclear Suppliers Group

SPIRE

US/BIS

US/BIS Entity List

US/BIS, EAR Files

US Consolidated Screening List -

US/ITAR

Wassenaar Arrangement



Links to Commonly used Military OGELs

Military Goods, Software and Technology, July 2018

Open general export licence (access overseas to software and technology for military goods: individual use only) November 2017

Technology for Military Goods, July 2018

Military Goods: For Demonstration, November 2017

Export For Exhibition: Military Goods, April 2018

Export After Exhibition or Demonstration: Military Goods, March 2018

Military Components, July 2018

PCBs and Components for military goods, November 2017

Export For Repair/replacement under warranty: Military Goods, July 2018

Military Goods, Software and Technology: Government or NATO end use July 2018

Software and Source Code for Military Goods, July 2018

Military Surplus Vehicles, April 2018

Certified Companies, July 2018

Military and Dual-Use Goods: UK Forces deployed in embargoed destinations,  April 2018

Military and Dual Use Goods: UK Forces deployed in non-embargoed destinations, April 2018

Exports of non-lethal military and dual-use goods: To UK Diplomatic Missions or Consular Posts, April 2018


EU Countries

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK.


Links to Commonly used trade control licences

OGTCL Category C Goods, dated 17 November 2017

OGTCL Trade and Transportation: Small Arms and light weapons, January 2016

OGTCL Maritime Anti-Piracy, dated 17 November 2017


Links to EU Open Lincences

EU001 – Most Goods on the EU Dual Use Goods List (there are some exemption) to Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, including Liechtenstein, and United States of America

EU002 - Exports of certain dual-use items to certain destinations

EU003 - Export after repair/replacement


EU004 - Temporary export for exhibition or fair


EU005 - Telecommunications

EU006 - Chemicals



Note: These links are intended for quick access to the most commonly used Open Licences, there are of course many more Open Licences which can be accessed through the Government Website