Oct 22, 2012
PURPOSE & SCOPE
In order for
to ensure Compliance with all applicable
detailed information about all parts being provided by your company.
on including information about any U
controls that may apply to your
information is necessary to ensure that all subsequent
exports and re
exports of products
containing your parts or components are conducted in comp
liance with applicable regulations.
If you do not
understand what information you are supposed to provide in a given field/block, do not guess and do not leave the
field blank. Please contact the
that provided the form to you for assistanc
e or write “do not know”
in the field. Alternatively, you may contact
’s Corporate International Trade Office for assistance at 703
mphasis is placed on
rigin. Many of the products that are assembled, manufactured or prod
the United States contain parts or mater
ials that are of foreign origin. C
rigin rules have a significant
impact on how products and higher level assemblies are labeled, advertised, marketed and sold in the U.S. and
s may be prov
ided on the
prefers suppliers to submit the
requested information in electronic format.
Should you have any questions regarding either the ITO
09 form or
on the reason for requesting the infor
operation from which the form was provided.
Seller shall provide Country of Origin (CoO) for each Product. If the Product
provided is determined to be
defense article that is controlled by the U.S. Department of Stat
e for export under the International Traffic in Arms
Seller is a U
supplier (in accordance with 22 CFR 122.1), Seller shall
confirm that it is
registered with the DDTC by
date of expiration of its DDTC
. Where Seller has design
authority or is a distributor of design authority Product, Seller shall provide the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS)
or a U
Census Bureau Schedule B
umber and Export Jurisdiction
(State Department (for defense
or Commerce Department (for commercial/dual
Munitions List Category for defense articles controlled by State or Export Control Classification Number (“ECCN”)
use goods controlled by Co
) for each Product.
Seller shall provide updated information to Buyer for every revision to the HTS number, CoO, EJ&
C and DDTC
This data shall be provided on
ITO 09 form or equivalent.
19 CFR 134
22 U.S.C. 2778 and 2794(7)
22 CFR Chapter I, Subchapter M, Parts 120
19 CFR 141
19 CFR 142
15 CFR Subpart A Part 30.1
15 CFR , Volume 2, Chapter
VII, Subchapter C, Parts 730
15 CFR , Volume 2, Ch
apter VII, Subchapter C, Parts 738
authentication of a public document
that is recognized by countries that participate in
the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement for Legalization for Foreign Public Documents
try means the political entity known as a nation. Colonies, possessions, or
protectorates outside the boundaries of the mother country may be considered separate countries
The country of manufacture, produ
ction or growth of the ar
: De Minimis U.S. Content is defined in §734.4 of the EAR
19 CFR 102.13.
De Minimis Calculation:
As a general rule, the “de minimis” guidelines for re
exports of Commerce
controlled items are; Re
exports to embargoed or terrorist s
upporting countries of foreign
incorporating controlled U.S.
origin items valued at 10 percent or less of the total value of the foreign
made items; and Re
exports to all other countries of foreign
made items incorporating controlled U.S.
items valued at 25 percent or less of the total value of the foreign
De Minimis U.S.
Content is defined in §734.4 of the EAR.
The method for calculating“De Minimis” values can be found
in Supplement No.2 of Part 734 of the EAR.
22 CFR 122 identifies the DDTC registration requirements for m
exporters of ITAR commodities or provider
of defense service
. 22 CFR 129 identifies the
registration requirements for brokers of ITAR commodities.
Owner of inte
Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC):
The licensing authority for the Department of State.
Export Control Classification Number (ECCN):
A list of items under the export control jurisdiction of
Industry & Security (
U.S. Department of Commerce
Commodity Control List
is divided into 10 categories. Each category is subdivided into five groups, designated by the
letters A through E: (A) equipment, assemblies and components; (B) test,
inspection and production
equipment; (C) materials; (D) software, and (E) technology. (See §738.2(b) of the EAR.)
): All items are controlled by the Export
Administration Regulation (EAR) or Internation
al Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR). The Specific
ECCN classification or United States Munitions List (USML) classification will provide the guidance
necessary to ensure proper export controls are imposed.
Harmonized Tariff Schedule Number (HTS)
HTS is a global classification system used to
describe most world trade in goods.
It is a
digit commodity classification number provided in the
Harmonized Tariff Schedule.
International Trade Office (ITO):
International Trade Office
: The transfer of controlled items to an end use, end us
er, or destination not previously
authorized. ITAR 120.19 or EAR 734.2(b)
: The Statistical Classification of Domestic and Foreign Commodities Exported from the
ited States. These 10
digit commodity classification numbers are administered by the Census
Bureau and cover everything from live animals and food products to computers and airplanes. It
should also be noted that all import and export codes used by the Uni
ted States are based on the
harmonized Tariff System.
HTS of the United States (HTSUS)
in lieu of the
Schedule B commodity classification
United States Munitions List
A list of items under the export control jurisdiction of the
Department of State.
includes articles, services and related technical data that are
designated as defense articles and defense services pursuant to Sections 38 and 47(7) of the Arms
Act (22 U.S.C. 2778 and 2794(7)).
The following information is provided to add clarification of the
of the ITO
Suppliers have the option to provide single classification using the word formatte
Oct 22, 2012
09 or multiple classifications using the excel formatted ITO
09. Various information is required depending
upon the design authority of the item(s). Use the following information to determine what information is
U.S. Supplier with design a
The information in section 1, 2, 3 & 5 is required for all items
when a U.S. Supplier has the design authority.
The information in section 1, 2, 3 & 4 is required for all items when a non U.S.
supplier has the design author
has the design authority:
ion is section 1, 2.1, 2.4, 2.8, 2.10
& 5.3 is required for
all items when
has the design authority.
Supplier / Manufacture Information.
: Legal business name, st
reet address and phone number
: Name and contact information of individual certifying the information.
Export Control Point of Contact Information: Identify the name and contact information of an individual
within your org
anization that handles trade compliance.
Design Authority: Identify who has the design authority (Supp
Designed for: Specify
the application the item was designed for
Type: Hardware or Technical Data
Part Number: Identify the Part Number identified on the
drawing, request for quote or
Supplier Part Number: Identify Supplier part identifier / numbe
Manufacturer Part Number: When supplier is not the manufacturer of the item, identify the manufacturer
part identifier / number.
Description: Identify the Supplier part description
Manufacturer Name: Identify the manufacturer of the
if the supplier is not the manufacturer.
Harmonized Tariff Schedule Number
instead of the Schedule B Number
Identify the country
of manufacture, production, or growth of the artic
countries please identify each country separated by a comma or semi
colon in this field.
Export Control Information
Export Controls: Identify if the item is subject to export controls
An item falls under US Export Contro
ls jurisdictions when;
Items that were manufactured in the US,
Items that contain US technology,
US created or manufactured items already in the US,
US created or manufactured items destined to a Goodrich operation in the US (e.g.,
tured at a Goodrich operation outside the US but intended to be provided
to a Goodrich operation in the US)
Items that are NOT in the public domain.
Piece parts and components/general commodities that are commercially available catalog items
and used in Co
mmercial applications are typically deemed to be subject to Commerce Export
Jurisdiction even if such parts are also used on military applications.
The following piece parts and
components/general commodities are deemed to be the following:
Ties (Zip ties)
Zerk Fittings (Grease fittings)
Keys (Square keys)
Furthermore, catalog items which we procure such as those identified wi
th AN, NAS, MS, MIL
which are identified with markings such as “Approved for public release” or “distribution is
unlimited” are also deemed to be subject to Commerce export jurisdiction.
If a piece part or component, such as the ones above is specifically
designed for a military
application it will need to go through an internal export jurisdiction classification process.
Guidance for this is provided for in the ITAR.
Export/Import Requirements: Identify the information that
must provide to you
Appostille, End Use Certificate or other information. Enter N.A. if information
is not necessary.
xport Restrictions: Identify if the item is subject to export
export Restrictions Comm
ents: If item is subje
ct to export restrictions please specify the
Provided from: Identify if the item was originally provided from the U.S.
U.S. Contents: Identify if the item contains U.S.
Identify the percentage of US origin contents within the item
Select the applicable control for the item. Department of State
ITAR controlled items with a
or Department of Commer
EAR controlled items with an ECCN classification
Identify the USML Category for ITAR items or ECCN Classification
U.S. Department of State’s Directorate of Defense
(DDTC) registration date.
Sections in the ITO
09 identified with an * are required fields.
Oct 22, 2012
Form ITO 09 rev
ITO 09 rev 8.xls