President Obama has announced plans to overhaul the export control lists on a rolling basis, as opposed to waiting for the entire conversion to be complete before implementing changes. The first test conversion, covering Category 7 of the U.S. Munitions List (USML) (which covers military vehicles), is complete. The new system divides Category 7 into three tiers of varying degrees of control. According to two senior administration officials, application of the new criteria resulted in nearly 75% of the military vehicles and related parts and components covered by the USML being removed from the list. Most of these items will be moved to the Commerce Control List (CCL), but about a third will be decontrolled altogether. If Congress agrees to the new criteria, the administration will issue a regulation later this year, establishing the new Category 7 and reshuffling items accordingly.