Learn everything you need to know about AES, from A to Z.
The U.S. Census Bureau developed the Automated Export System (AES) to electronically collect information about export shipments. And while knowing what transaction details must be reported according to the Foreign Trade Regulations is a critical step toward export compliance, it remains one of the most overlooked aspects of most export compliance programs.
With recent changes in AES due to export control reform, training your export staff in properly filing your Electronic Export Information (EEI) may help to mitigate or avoid costly penalties.
As part of our export compliance consulting service, MGTA can assist with various issues related to AES. These include:
- Review of how AES procedures apply to your export operations
- Training in proper AES filing procedures (for ITAR and Commerce controlled exports, ITAR exemptions, and EAR exceptions)
- Review of AES records for potential violations
Contact us today to schedule an AES needs assessment and consultation.
In the meantime, check out the following online reference guides:
Online Foreign Trade Regulations (U.S. Census)
Automated Export Systems Compliance Best Practices (U.S. Census)