DDTC No Longer Accepts Paper Submissions of Agreements and Commodity Jurisdiction Requests

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The U.S. Department of State Directorate of Defense Trade Controls posted a reminder on its website that: 

Effective September 1, 2010, DDTC-Licensing no longer accepts unclassified paper submissions of Technical Assistance Agreements, Manufacturing License Agreements, and Warehouse Distribution Agreements (to include major amendments). All submissions must now be made electronically via D-Trade 2 utilizing the DSP-5 form.  Guidelines for Preparing Electronic Agreements can be accessed here

Effective September 3, 2010, DDTC-Policy no longer accepts paper submissions of Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) requests. All CJ requests must now be made electronically via EFS utilizing the DS-4076 Commodity Jurisdiction Request Form.  Instructions for CJ requests  can be found here.