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Title: Global Access-controlled Transfer e-frame (GATe)

Global Access-controlled Transfer e-frame (GATe) was designed to take advantage of the patterns that occur during an electronic record transfer process. The e-frame (or electronic framework or platform) is the foundation for developing secure information transfer to meet classified and unclassified business processes and is particularly useful when there is a need to share information with various entities in a controlled and secure environment. It can share, search, upload, download and retrieve sensitive information, as well as provides reporting capabilities.
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Report Number(s):
GATE; 002794IBMPC00
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Software Package Contents:
Media Directory; Software Abstract; Media includes Source Code; / 1 CD-ROM
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Open Source:
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GATe software’s agency of jurisdiction would be the U.S. Department of Commerce EAR as Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) 5E992 "Information Security" "technology" according to the General Technology Note, not controlled by 5E002, Sub paragraph b. "Technology", n.e.s. (not elsewhere specified), for the "use" of mass market “software" controlled by 5D992.c. The reasons for control per this ECCN is for Anti-Terrorism reasons (AT) to AT-Column 1 Countries. End users or licensees from AT-Column 1 countries will require an export license or deemed export license prior to access.
Related Software:
SQL Server with Full Encryption
Research Org:
Idaho National Laboratory
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Contributing Orgs:
Hope Forsmann Tyson Hansen Lynn Rockhold
Country of Publication:
United States

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