ITAR/EAR Critical Compliance: Jurisdiction/Classification, Auditing/Recordkeeping Seminar
- Export Control Reform: Catch On To The New Regulations Before They Catch You!
- 18 October, 2016 - 19 October, 2016, New Orleans, LA, United States
Critical Compliance: How to classify your products as a result of Export Control Reform (ECR). 2 Days of hands-on training with scenarios and exercises to assist the student in learning jurisdictional classification. Topics include 8 Steps to Self Classify on the EAR Scenario/Exercise, Order of Review, Specially Designed, Utilizing CCAT's, Self Classify on the ITAR, Conducting Internal Audits , Training, The Importance of Recordkeeping and more
Compliance With The International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) are the Keys To Successful Business Operations.
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Day 1 Topics Include:
- Export Control Reform (ECR) Requirements:: Determining Jurisdiction & Classification
- Step-by-Step Classification & Checklists
- Exercise 1
- Completing the DS-4076 for a Commodity Jurisdiction
- How to Complete the 748P for a CCAT's
- Exercise 2
- Handling Deemed Exports & Foreign National Employees
Day 2 Topics Include:
- How to Conduct Your EAR Shipment
- Auditing Your Freight Forwarder
- EAR Reporting Requirements under the Wassenaar Arrangement
- Voluntary Self Disclosures Under the EAR & Corrective Actions
- Exercise 3
- How to Handle de Minimis
- Comparison of the Regulations
- Exercise 4
- Interpreting the New Revision to Defense Services, Technical Data & Public Domain
Director of Export Compliance, Northrop Grumman
"The venues are always conducive to learning and the quality of instructors as former State Department Licensing Officers is unparalleled."
Program Manager, Military Systems Group
Suzanne Palmer, President, Export Compliance Solutions, is a former Licensing Officer at the State Department, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) and has over 15 years of direct experience in the U.S. defense industry. After leaving the State Department, Ms. Palmer joined Northrop Grumman's Electronic Systems in Baltimore and then went on to work at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. Ms. Palmer combined this unique experience to found ECS in 2003. The ECS team provides training to help compliance officials successfully apply U.S. export control regulations and establish viable export compliance programs. Ms. Palmer has worked on the Defense Trade Advisory Group (DTAG), was appointed to serve as a Special Compliance Officer (SCO) for a company operating under a Consent Agreement and is an active speaker for various professional organizations.
Lisa Bencivenga has over twenty years of varied experience in export/import licensing and compliance issues with major defense contractors. She has had the leading role in developing and implementing internal compliance programs, providing regulatory guidance, instituting license databases, training personnel at all corporate levels, conducting audits requested by clients and/or directed by the U.S. Department of State, coordinating investigations and working closely with legal departments while administering the full spectrum of corporate international export/import activities.
Source : ASDEvents