Open general export licence (cryptographic development)
Licence allowing the export of certain types of cryptographic development software and technology.
This open general export licence (OGEL) allows, subject to certain conditions and destinations, the export of certain types of cryptographic (protecting information by transforming it into an unreadable format) development software and technology.
All previous licences are revoked.
Published: 7 December 2011
Updated: 20 January 2017
- Changes to schedule 2: Central African Republic added. Serbia and Montenegro listed as distinct countries. Note amended to confirm that Switzerland includes Liechtenstein.
- Removed South Sudan from list of prohibited destinations. This change will be made formally when we update the licence with other changes later in March.
- The version of this licence published on 6 January was incorrect - this licence does not carry a reporting requirement. Text has been amended accordingly.
- Updated text in 'Conditions and requirements' to reflect new reporting process in connection with the transparency initiative.
- First published.