This report is issued by the Defence Export Control Office in response to your search of the Online DSGL Tool.
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The DSGL items you selected from your search are in the Attachments to this document.
No DSGL Items Selected
If you did not select any DSGL items, but require further confirmation from DECO that the goods, software or technology are not listed in the DSGL, you can submit an Application for DSGL Advice to DECO for assessment.
DSGL Items Selected
On the basis of the DSGL items you selected, you may be able self-assess if your goods, software or technology are listed in the DSGL. If these items are listed, and the activity you are undertaking is a controlled activity, then you will require a permit to conduct the activity.
You should note that the DSGL is updated annually and changes to the DSGL may result in your items becoming subject to export controls administered by the Department of Defence.
If you are unsure of whether your activity is controlled, you should complete the Activity Assessment Questionnaire in the Online DSGL Tool.
If you remain unsure as to whether your goods, software or technology are listed in the DSGL, then you can submit an Application for DSGL Advice to DECO for assessment.
Application forms, and further information on export controls, can be found on the DECO website at www.defence.gov.au/deco.
It is against Australian law to export, supply, publish or broker DSGL listed goods and technology without a valid permit, or unless there is an exemption for the activity.
Weapons of Mass Destruction (Prevention of Proliferation) Act 1995
(the WMD Act) and Military End-Use (MEU) Control
If, at any time, you have reason to believe or suspect that your proposed activities will or may be used in a weapons of mass destruction program, or may be intended for use in military or paramilitary activities, you must advise DECO immediately and not proceed with the activity without first discussing the reason for the belief or suspicion.
You are strongly advised to familiarise yourself with the Australian Government’s implementation of sanctions against certain destinations and entities. Information is available on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) website at www.dfat.gov.au/sanctions. If sanctions apply, you should seek advice from DFAT before continuing with the proposed activity.
Foreign Import Approval
The government of each foreign country is responsible for import approval to that country. You are responsible for ensuring that any necessary approvals are obtained and the issue of this advice does not in any way indicate whether such approval may or may not be provided.
DEFENCE EXPORT CONTROL OFFICE
PO BOX 7901
CANBERRA BC ACT 2610
TEL: 1800 66 10 66
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