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Defense Export Control and Compliance System (DECCS)

On February 3rd, all licensing and registration services will migrate from D-Trade and EFS to DDTC’s new system “DECCS”. In anticipation of this transition Super Users will be required to activate their DECCS account at the DECCS Industry Service Portal Super Users with active email addresses will automatically be enrolled in DECCS as Corporate Administrators and will receive emails (which have not been sent yet) inviting them to activate their account. Non-Super Users will be able to enroll and create accounts to access applications and data on behalf of your company after being approved by the company’s Corporate Administrator (formerly Super User). Company Administrators will need to invite users, including Wilmarth & Associates, so that we may access data and applications on your behalf.

Steps for Company Administrator (formerly Super Users) to Invite Users to Access a Company

  1. Once logged in, click on the Applications drop-down menu on the left side. Select “User Management”
  2. Click “Add User”.
  3. A pop up will display. Complete all information including the to-be-invited users email address.
  4. Click the “Invite” button.
  5. A pop-up window will appear that reads, “A Company Access Request Token has been created for ……email address”.
  6. The administrator’s user management page will display an updated pending user request section including the newly generated request.

Please call or email us with any questions you might have. More information will be forthcoming on the migration to DECCS as it becomes available.

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