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Body: BREAKOUT SESSION Import/Export Drugs and Chemicals September 24, 2015 Drug Enforcement Administration

Regulatory Section Cathy Gallagher Section Chief Michele Herron Unit Chief, Regulatory Unit/ODGR Alora (Jean) Willis Acting Unit Chief, Import/Export/ODGI Molly Callahan - Reports November 2015

ODG Section Chief Cathy Gallagher

Regulatory Unit Chief (ODGR) Michele Herron

Staff Coordinators Inez Davis Abby Hayes Irvin Reaves Benjamin Vinson

Administrative Support Vickie Johnson (*)

Program Analysts Marquita Brown Charlene Clarke Leslie Spratley

Import/Export Unit Chief (ODGI) Alora (Jean) Willis (A)

Lead Technical Information Specialist Stephen (Mark) Via

Administrative Support Rosie Smith

Import/Export Import/Export Specialists Sally Brown Barbara Clacks Carmencita Hamer Carlarease Hunter Harry McFadden Aaronita Perry Betty Veney

Program Analysts Lisa Edelen Evelyn Kelly John Kronebusch Latisha McKoy Robert Nash (D) Kara Sweeney

Program Analyst Linda Chambliss

Deputy Section Chief (ODG/A) Vacant

Staff Coordinators Sandra White-Hope (D) Alora (Jean) Willis

Information Systems Specialist Beth Fox

Discussion Points  Legal Foundation  Applications/Permits and Declarations  ITDS  Q & A 4

Importer Practitioner Pharmacy Distributor Manufacturer Patient The CSA's Closed System of Distribution 5 Exporter

Cyclic Investigations Security Requirements Record Keeping Requirements ARCOS Established Quotas Registration Established Schedules Closed System of Distribution

The DEA is responsible for:  the oversight of the system  the integrity of the system  the protection of the public health and safety Closed System of Distribution

Legal Foundation  Controlled Substances Act  Code of Federal Regulations  Registrations  Recordkeeping  Authorization of imports and exports  Re-exportation 9

Registration 21 U.S.C. § 957(a)(1)  Persons Required to Register: No person may (1) import into the customs territory of the United States from any place outside thereof ..., or import into the United States from any place outside thereof, any controlled substance or list I chemical, or

Registration 21 U.S.C. § 957(a)(1): (2) export from the United States any controlled substance or list I chemical, unless there is in effect with respect to such person a registration issued by the Attorney General under Section 958 of this title, or unless such person is exempt from registration under subsection (b) of this section.

Registration 21 C.F.R. § 1301.11(a)  "Every person who manufactures, distributes, imports, or exports any controlled substance or who proposes to engage in the manufacture, distribution, dispensing, importation, or exportation of any controlled substance shall obtain a registration..."

Registration 21 C.F.R. § 1312.21(b)  "No person shall in any manner export or cause to be exported from the United States any non-narcotic controlled substance listed in Schedule III, IV, or V, ...until such person is properly registered under the Act (or exempted from registration) and has furnished a special controlled substance export invoice as provided by..."

Re-exportation Statute 21 U.S.C. § 957(f)  DEA may authorize any controlled substances in CI or CII or a CIII or CIV narcotic to be exported from the U.S. to a country for subsequent export from that country to another country. 14

Re-exportation Statute Conditions  Both the country to which the CS is exported from the U.S. (first country) and the country to which the CS is exported from the first country (second country) are parties to the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961, and the Convention on Psychotropic Substances, 1971. 15

Re-exportation Statute Conditions  The first country and the second country have each instituted and maintain, in conformity with such Conventions, a system of controls of imports of controlled substances which the Attorney General deems adequate.  With respect to the first country, the controlled substance is consigned to a holder of such permits or licenses as may be required under the laws of such country, and a permit or license to import the controlled substance has been issued by the country. 16

Re-exportation Statute Conditions  With respect to the second country, substantial evidence is furnished to the Attorney General by the person who will export the controlled substance from the United States that-  (A) the controlled substance is to be consigned to a holder of such permits or licenses as may be required under the laws of such country, and a permit or license to import the controlled substance is to be issued by the country; and 17

Re-exportation Statute Conditions  (B) the controlled substance is to be applied exclusively to medical, scientific, or other legitimate uses within the country.  The controlled substance will not be exported from the second country. 18

Re-exportation Statute Conditions  Within 30 days after the controlled substance is exported from the first country to the second country, the person who exported the controlled substance from the United States delivers to the Attorney General documentation certifying that such export from the first country has occurred.  (i) Name of second country;  (ii) Actual quantity shipped;  (iii) Actual date shipped; and  (iv) DEA export permit number for the original export 19

Re-exportation Regulations 21 C.F.R. § 1312.22-23 & 1313.27  Where a person is seeking to export a controlled substance for re-export in accordance with paragraph (c) of this section, the following requirements shall apply in addition to (and not in lieu of) the requirements of paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section: 20

Re-exportation Regulations  Bulk substances will not be reexported in the same form as exported from the United States, i.e., the material must undergo further manufacturing process. This further manufactured material may only be reexported to a second country.  Finished dosage units, if reexported, must be in a commercial package, properly sealed and labeled for legitimate medical use in the second country. 21

Re-exportation Regulations  (3) Any proposed reexportation must be made known to the Administration at the time the initial DEA Form 161R is submitted. In addition, the following information must also be provided where indicated on the form:  (i) Whether the drug or preparation will be reexported in bulk or finished dosage units;  (ii) The product name, dosage strength, commercial package size, and quantity;  (iii) The name of consignee, complete address, and expected shipment date, as well as the name and address of the ultimate consignee in the second country.

Re-exportation Regulations  The controlled substance will be reexported from the first country to the second country (or second countries) no later than 180 days after the controlled substance was exported from the United States.

Re-export Statement  Re-export Statement  Must state that the product will not be re-exported and not that your company will not re-export it. 24

Re-export Affidavit  (1) both the first country to which the controlled substances(s) are exported from the United States and the second the country to which the controlled substances are exported are parties to the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961 and the Convention of Psychotropic Substances, 1971;  (2) the first and second countries have each instituted and maintain a system for the control of these substances;  (3) the drugs will be consigned to a holder of such permits or licenses as may be reburied in the country of import and that a permit or license for importation will be issued for such import into the second country; 25

Re-export Affidavit  (4) that the controlled substances will be reexported from the first country to the second country no later than 180 days after exportation from the United States;  (5) the packages are labeled in conformance with the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, and the Convention of Psychotropic Substances, 1971; and any amendments to these treaties;  (6) the controlled substances are to be applied exclusively to medical, scientific, or other legitimate uses within the second country; and  (7) the controlled substances will not be exported from the second country. 26

Operation Efficiency aka "Fast and Furious" Help Us Be More Efficient Let's Talk Forms 27

IMPORT/EXPORT Forms  DEA-161 (Export Application)  DEA-161R  DEA-236 (Import & Export Declarations)  DEA-357 (Import Application)  DEA-486 (Import & Export Declarations)  DEA-486A

161 & 161R Export Application Online 357 Import Application Online 236 Exports Declaration Online 236 Imports Declaration Online 486 & 486A Import/Export Declaration Online Schedule I & II   Schedule III Narcotic   Schedule III Non-narcotic 7369 = Permit   Schedule IV Narcotic   Schedule IV Non-narcotic   Schedule V Narcotic   Schedule V Non-narcotic   DEA Issues Permit Dea-36 Dea-35 Listed Chemicals  IMPORT/EXPORT FORM GUIDE

DEA 357  Application for Permit to Export Controlled Substances  Import Application in Online  Join the party 30

Accounts/Access  Passwords - Expire every 60 day  Corporate Administrators should be resetting account passwords within 55-60 days  Company Users should be contacting the Corporate Administrators to have the PW reset and for any other issues 31

Control Status Determination  DEA Website  Resources  Quotas  Conversion Factors 32

Control Status Determination 33

Control Status Determination 34

Control Status Determination 35

Control Status Determination (for derivatives)  Need Registrant to request ahead of application submission  Letter to Drug and Chemical Evaluation Section with chemical structure (ODE@usdoj.gov)  Request control status determination  Base Code  Conversion Factor  Submit result with application 36

Clean Copies of Documents  Forms 161/236  Clean copies of document (Foreign permits) 37

DEA 161, 236 and 357 Issues  Form not signed.  CSA drug code number not listed.  NDC number not listed.  Translation not furnished when foreign import certificate is in a language other than English.  Statement of non-reexport not furnished. 38

DEA 161, 236 and 357 Issues  Incomplete description of drug preparation; specifically, how it is packaged--carton, box, bottle.  Estimated dates of departure or arrival not entered.  Base amount of controlled substance not computed or not entered.  Boxes on DEA-236 form not marked. 39

DEA 236 Issues  Incomplete or Incorrect DEA Registration #  Lack of Reference/Tracking #  Failing to Calculation Drug Amount In Grams (Box 2b)  Supporting Documents for Re-exports - Import Permit or No Objection Letters or Statements, No Re-export Statements, Expected Quantity and Ship Dates 40

List Foreign Permit #  Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 1961 as amended by the 1972 Protocol. Article 31. Special provisions relating to international trade. Paragraph 4. (c) The export authorization shall also state the number and date of the import certificate and the authority by whom it has been issued. 41

List Foreign Permit #  Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971. Article 12. Provisions relating to international trade. Paragraph 1. (b):  Such authorization shall state the international non-proprietary name, or, lacking such a name, the designation of the substance in the Schedule, the quantity to be exported or imported, the pharmaceutical form, the name and address of the exporter and importer, and the period within which the export or import must be effected.  If the substance is exported or imported in the form of a preparation, the name of the preparation, if any, shall additionally be furnished.  The export authorization shall also state the number and date of the import authorization and the authority by whom it has been issued. 42

Electronic Air Waybill  Prefer that you supply already prepared labels. 43

44 Air Bill Labels

Record Keeping Requirement  Maintain on a Current Basis...  Complete and Accurate Record of each substance manufactured, imported, exported, received, sold, delivered, or otherwise disposed of ...  Except no registrant is required to maintain a perpetual inventory 21 C.F.R. § 1304.21(a)

Importer Records  Import Permit: DEA 35  Application for Permit: DEA 357  Declaration: DEA 236  Filed 15 Days in advance  Declaration: DEA 486  Filed 15 Days in advance  21 C.F.R. §1312.11(a)-(b), 1313

Exporter Records  Export Permit: DEA 236  Application for Permit: DEA 161  Declaration: DEA 486  Filed 15 Days in advance 21 C.F.R. § 1312.23 & 1313.12

Returns & INCB  Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961, and the Convention on Psychotropic Substances, 1971. 48

ITDS  International Trade Data Systems  All Forms Electronic Submission  Drafting Notice of Proposed Rulemaking  TSN Working Group  Piloting 2016 49

Split Shipments  One container - One Time Use of Permit  Ship - Multiple container - OK  Two Planes - Not OK 50

Reference Standards  It shall be unlawful to import ...  Such amounts of any CS ... that AG finds to be necessary to provide for medical, scientific, or other legitimate needs of the U.S. -  Emergency  Lack of competition among domestic manufacturers is inadequate or  CS is in limited quantities for scientific, analytical, or research uses.  Come to Regulatory Breakout Session 51

Who You Gonna Call?

Contact Information:  Import/Export Permits and Declarations  Controlled Substances CSIMEX@usdoj.gov  Chemical Chemical.IMEX@usdoj.gov  ODGIOnline161@usdoj.gov  ODGI.Online.236's@usdoj.gov  ODGI.Online.486's@usdoj.gov  ODGIOnline357@usdoj.gov  Faxes:  Chemicals 202-307-4702  Controlled Substances 202-307-7503

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