You need to establish a internal ITAR training program and an internal ITAR audit program. Both of these will enable better compliance in your import and export activities. Our programs can assist without running up costs.
To enter this program you must have a C-TPAT manual (procedures) and perform a risk analysis of your supply chain. Purpose of the risk analysis is to ascertain the level of risk with your trading partner. Our manual helps and we can guide you in the process (hourly fee based).
Filing Import Entry Information – ENTERED VALUE
Record the U.S. dollar value as defined in 19 U.S.C. § 1401a for all merchandise.
Record the value for each line item on the same line as the HTS number.
If the value required for assessment of AD/CVD is different from the entered value, record in parentheses the amount in this column, on the same line as the AD/CVD case number and rate. If the reported value is not the transaction value it should later be reported under a Reconciliation Entry (Type 09), if approved for reconciliation, or other alternate means.
Report the value in whole dollars rounded off to the nearest whole dollar (if the total entered value for a line item is less than 50 cents report as “0”). Dollar signs are omitted.
Report the total entered value for all line items in block 35.
B. CHARGES (CHGS)
Record the aggregate cost in U.S. dollars of freight, insurance and all other charges, costs and expenses incurred while bringing the merchandise from alongside the carrier at the port of exportation in the country of exportation and placing it alongside the carrier at the first U.S. port of entry. Do not include U.S. import duties.
This value shall be shown in whole numbers for each HTS number. It is to be placed beneath the entered value and identified with the letter “C” (e.g. C550). Dollar signs are omitted.
Charges are not required to be reported for merchandise entered by mode of transportation code 60 (passenger, hand-carried).
Record whether the transaction was between related parties, as defined in 19 C.F.R. § 152.102(g), by placing a “Y” in the column for related and an “N” for not related (the words “related” and “not related” may be used in lieu of “Y” or “N”). “Y” or “N” may be Page 18
recorded once, at the top of column 32, when applicable to the entire entry summary or may be recorded with each line item below entered value and charges. “Y” or “N” must be recorded with each line item when the relationship differs for line items.