Export Control Regulations
Lists of Regulated Technologies
Commerce Control List (CCL) is a list of items under the export control jurisdiction of the Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce. It is segmented by category and within each category there are 5 groups to further define the technology.
Commerce Control List (CCL) Category - The ten categories of the CCL are:
- (0) Nuclear Materials, Facilities and Equipment, and Miscellaneous
- (1) Materials, Chemicals, "Microorganisms", and Toxins
- (2) Materials Processing
- (3) Electronics Design, Development and Production
- (4) Computers
- (5) Telecommunications
- (6) Sensors
- (7) Navigation and Avionics
- (8) Marine
- (9) Propulsion Systems, Space Vehicles, and Related Equipment
Commerce Control List (CCL) Group - The CCL 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
- (E) Technology
Export Control FAQ
What are U.S. Export Control Regulations?
- Export Administration Regulations
- International Traffic in Arms Regulations
- Office of Foreign Asset Controls
- Denied Persons List
- Does the EAR apply to fundamental research conducted at Purdue University?
- What is the purpose of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)?
- Does the ITAR apply to fundamental research conducted at Purdue University?
- What are the responsibilities of the Principal Investigator conducting work that is controlled under the EAR, ITAR or OFAC regulations?
- Are there other regulations to consider?