The 2011 keynote speakers will provide congressional, policy, compliance and enforcement updates:
• Lisa V. Aguirre (Director, Office of Defense Trade Controls Compliance)
• Michael Laychak (Director, Licensing Directorate, DTSA)
• Michael Eaton (Export Control Analyst, Commodity Jurisdiction Team, DTSA)
• Thomas Moore (Professional Staff Member, U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations)
A new 2011 speaker line-up of smaller and large companies will address the most hot-button ITAR developments and challenges affecting industry, including:
• Reconciling new foreign, dual and third country national requirements with global anti-discrimination and
• privacy laws
• Vetting foreign third parties, and minimizing exposure for third party ITAR violations
• Complying with recordkeeping requirements for TAA and MLA transactions
• Testing, detecting and remedying ITAR compliance program weaknesses
• Developing an internal control plan for effective post-license and agreement management
• Preventing technical data and defense services export violations
• Addressing the interplay between ITAR Brokering, Part 130 and FCPA enforcement
• Implementing collaborative research programs, joint venture, teaming and cooperative agreements within ITAR limits
Industry speakers include: DynCorp International, Lockheed Martin, Intel, Boeing, Honeywell, Eaton Corporation, GE Aviation, Vectron International, Sanmina-SCI, IBM, Corning, Eaton Corporation, Woodward Governor, International Rectifier Corporation, GE Intelligent Platforms, ATK, Meggitt-USA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Molex and Rolls Royce North America
Scheduled for July 15th, the post- conference working sessions on Resolving Complex Classification Issues Affecting Product Design, Modification and Integration and Internal Investigations and Voluntary Disclosures will allow attendees to address highly complex issues in a more interactive, in-depth forum.
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