On 11 April 2011, CBP published notice of its final determination in CBP Headquarters (HQ) H134536 (April 11, 2011) concerning the country of origin of certain office workstations which may be offered to the US Government under a government procurement contract. CBP concluded that the assembly of the Vivo and Ethospace office workstations in the United States from parts made in China, Mexico and the United States constituted a substantial transformation and, thus, the origin of the workstations for purposes of US government procurement was the United States. In reaching its conclusion, CBP considered the fact that the two workstations contained 40 and 14 components, respectively, and that the major components of the workstations were of US origin.