On August 14, 2019, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has published in the Federal Register a final determination concerning the country of origin of mobile device software and server software for purposes of government procurement under the Trade Agreements Act (TAA). Both software products are produced in a four-step process that involves: (1) writing original source code, or modifying open source software code in the United States; (2) writing or modifying source code in Canada; (3) compiling the source code into executable object code in the United States; and (4) delivering the finished software to the purchaser. The source code will be written by the Company’s employees at its offices located in Ashburn, Virginia and in Canada. The final determination was issued on August 7, 2019 under ruling number HQ H301776. Any party-at-interest may seek judicial review of the final determination within 30 days of the date of publication in the Federal Register. Based on the information provided, CBP found the origin to be the United States for purposes of the TAA.