“Visual Compliance is very comprehensive and easy to use.”
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, LOGISTICS INDUSTRY, TORONTO
Regulatory Content, Watch Lists and Trade Resources
Visual Compliance solutions from eCustoms conveniently combines a wealth of foreign trade content and financial services resources.
Aside from all the trade content and resources required to understand and maintain compliance with export laws and regulations—government denied and restricted party watch lists together with optional General Services Administration (GSA), financial services, law enforcement, international lists, risk country alerts, schedule B codes, ECCN and ITAR classifications and categories, etc.—Visual Compliance also provides a full complement of trade content for managing import compliance including HTS classifications, duty rates and import fees, license requirements, ports, warehouses, and more.
Regulatory Content and Trade Resources
In addition, Visual Compliance provides a cumulative listing of recently released or revised trade content documentation from all relevant agencies:
EXPORT ADMINISTRATION REGULATIONS (EAR) are included in our fully searchable and completely current trade content.
OFFICE OF FOREIGN ASSETS CONTROL (OFAC) sanctions regulations are included in our fully searchable and completely current trade content.
DIRECTORATE OF DEFENSE TRADE CONTROLS (DDTC)/INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS (ITAR) REGULATIONS—are included in our fully searchable and completely current trade content.
U.S. FEDERAL REGISTER RULES AND NOTICES—are included in our fully searchable and current trade content: 1996 to date for the Export Administration Regulations and 1991 to date for Office of Foreign Assets Control and International Traffic in Arms Regulations.
Each trade content update is ordered by date, providing a single-view summary of new developments in export compliance, federal regulations, rules, orders, and notices.
Visual Compliance also provides trade content for more than 800 government, finance, trade, statistical, taxation, and industry agencies in 191 countries, together with contact information for other agencies involved with U.S. export and import regulations and controls.