ACE: Clarification on FCC import clearance

fcc-logo_white-on-blackIn follow up to our recent post on FCC import clearance, please note that US Customs has provided additional clarification.  From CSMS #16-000583:

* Effective July 1, 2016, FCC flags were removed to comply the with Federal Register Notice allowing trade to be exempt from filing FCC data until the regulations are updated to no longer require the submission of FCC data on electronic entry summaries.

*This requirement to file FCC data is based on the Import Date rather than the date of entry summary filing. If the import date is prior to July 1, 2016, the FCC data must still be provided on the entry summary. Imports after July 1, 2016 will not be required to supply FCC data.

 
* Separately, CBP will no longer accept OGA Message Set data when ACS begins rejecting all entries and entry summaries on July 23, 2016. On that date, additional system validations will be in place to reject any ACE transactions that include the OGA Message Set data. Additionally, modifications will be made to ACE to no longer require FCC data regardless of the Import date since the OGA Message Set will no longer be accepted.

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