Export Sales Conditions
Software applications are licensed to contracting entities who agree not to convey the applications or information therein; or documentation, technical data, processes and/or data repositories to any third party without the prior written consent of Prompt, Incorporated; nor to any country to which such export or transmission is restricted by any applicable U.S. regulation or statute and the Bureau of Export Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce, or such other governmental entity as may have jurisdiction over such export or transmission.
Statement of Commercial Control List (CCL) Classification
The Vice President of Research and Development has determined, after careful scrutiny of the CCL, that Prompt Incorporated software applications are not on the CCL and do not have an ECCN, and are therefore classified EAR99. HOWEVER, EXPORT SALES ARE SUBJECT TO FURTHER SCRUTINY OF NAME LISTS.
CCL Classification Overview
1. What is it?
PromptPayPlanner® is not on the CCL and does not have an ECCN and is notcontrolled for "EI" reasons under ECCN 5D002 on the CCL and is not mass-market encryption software with symmetric key length exceeding 64-bits.
2. Where is it going?
PromptPayPlanner® is exported only to countries permissible under parts 738 and 774 of the EAR Country Chart and CLL.
3. Who will receive it?
PromptPayPlanner® is received only by single entities not included in §736.2(b)(4) and parts 744 and 764 of the EAR, provided they are not further subject to export prohibitions.
4. What will they do with it?
Recipients of PromptPayPlanner® will use it in accordance with General Prohibition Five (End-Use End-User) in §736.2(b)(5) and part 744 of the EAR.
5. What else do they do?
As pertains to PromptPayPlanner® and its use, the recipient's conduct does not include contracting, financing, and freight forwarding in support of a proliferation project as described in §744.6 of the EAR.
Under no circumstances will any employees export PromptPayPlanner® to any embargoed country, to any end-user of concern or in support of a prohibited end-use; REGARDLESS OF (CCL) CLASSIFICATION.
All employees must refer to the following government Internet document link when determining purchaser or prospect eligibility:
- DOWNLOAD AND SEARCH ALL LISTS, EVERY TIME.
- DO NOT UTILIZE OUTDATED LISTS.
- DO NOT ASSUME LISTS ARE ACCURATE.
- ASK QUESTIONS AND GET ANSWERS.
- EXERCISE CAUTION IN NAME SEARCHES. ALIASES MATTER.
- ACCURACY OF ELECTRONICALLY RECEIVED LISTS IS QUESTIONABLE. ALWAYS REQUEST PRINTED LISTS DIRECTLY FROM SOURCE. ONCE RECEIVED, REVIEW THOROUGHLY BEFORE PROCEEDING.
- POLITELY REFUSE NEGOTIATIONS IF A PROSPECT'S NAME IS LISTED, OR IS ASSOCIATED WITH ANY ENTITY LISTED.
At shipping time employees are to indicate "NLR" as authorization for export on the Shipper's Export Declaration. By signing the SED (or designating the freight forwarder to do so), the employee is certifying that your item is eligible for NLR.
Cautionary Notice to Prompt, Incorporated Employees
Export guidelines and requirements contained herein were obtained from the electronic public domain (government internet sites). For our purposes, in the context of export controls, information in the electronic public domain will not be deemed accurate and reliable on face value alone, and must be compared with its print-published counterpart whenever possible.
Employees are advised to contact our Vice President of Research and Development, verbally, with any questions.
Prompt, Incorporated Employee Behavior
All employees (temporary and permanent) of prompt>, incorporated are required to review this, the associated documentation, and BIS published lists semi-annually and always prior to any sales negotiations for export sales.
Employees who disregard these controls will be in violation of the employment contract and will be subject to immediate dismissal.
All employees shipping PromptPayPlanner® retain records relating to NLR determination and the export transaction for five years.
Any employee requiring additional assistance and/or clarifications is directed to the following government Internet document link: