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Decide, and if appropriate, use this open general licence (OGL), which allows the export of specified controlled items by any exporter. Use of this OGL removes the need to apply for a Standard Individual Licence (SIEL). However, exporters must ensure all conditions are met and shipment and destinations are eligible. Exporters will be subject to regular Compliance visits.
Accessible below are:
This OGEL allows, subject to certain conditions, military goods to be exported to the Government of, or NATO headquarters in, specified countries.
You can view the current licence by accessing the related document:
The current licence is dated 18th March 2009 and entered into force on 6th April 2009. All previous licences are now revoked.
Note: You will need to state the exact name of the licence in full on any supporting documentation given to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC)
If the goods are classified, you are likely to require F680 clearance if you are planning to use this OGEL.
Find out more about the MOD F680 Form
You will need to register to use this licence on SPIRE.
It is your responsibility as the exporter :
You can access revoked licences for this and other OGELs on the Archived Licences page.
These licences are no longer in legal force and made available purely for information purposes.
Return to the Open General Export Licences (OGEL) page for more details on:
Return to the Military Goods OGELs page to view other available licences.
Export Control Organisation
Updated: 6 April 2009