Exporting Requirements - Generally, any person or company who intends to export or to temporarily import a defense article, defense service, or technical data must obtain prior approval from DDTC. The appropriate license form must be submitted for the purpose of seeking approval. Furthermore, in most cases, in order for a license to be considered, you first must be registered with DDTC.
There are three ways that you may submit a license:
You must use DTrade for most of your licensing needs.
Agreements: must be submitted electronically through DTrade.
As of October 1, 2009, the DSP-119 is the only form accepted through the Electronic Licensing Entry System ("ELLIE," DDTC's legacy partial-electronic system. You must be a member of ELLIE in order to participate.) This form may only be used to amend the DSP-85. All other amendments must be submitted through DTrade2.
For those who are members of ELLIE and are using the system for amending licenses, you may click here to view the status of the application.
Check status for DTRADE applications.
MARY is DDTC's web based status retrieval system. This system currently only contains status of documents submitted through DTrade. Click here to use MARY.