Coreform products are subject to export restrictions under U.S. law. A branch of the U.S. Department of Commerce known as the Bureau of Industry and Security regulates exports through the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). These regulations spell out the export restrictions on a wide variety of goods, software, and technologies.
Additionally, both the Department of Treasury and the Department of State regulate and control other types of export-related technology and product transfers and transactions. The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the U.S. Department of the Treasury administers and enforces economic sanctions against certain countries and regimes, terrorists, and other threats to U.S. national security, foreign policy or economic interests.
Without limitation, parties acquiring software from Coreform are responsible for obtaining all licenses or other approvals necessary for downloading or transfer of the software or use of the service. A party may not transfer the software or services without U.S. Government permission to (a) anyone on the U.S. Treasury Department's lists of Specially Designated Nationals (including the Government of Iran, Government of Sudan, Government of Cuba, prohibited members of the Cuban Communist Party), or on the U.S. Commerce Department's Denied Persons List, Entity List, or Unverified List, or on the U.S. State Department's Debarred List or Nonproliferation List (see Commerce Lists to Check); or (b) for use with chemical or biological weapons, sensitive nuclear end-uses, or missiles to deliver them.
Coreform products are classified EAR99.
This version of the Export Policy became effective on March 1, 2012.