TOP REASONS TO ATTEND:
Unlike other ITAR courses, you will hear how large and smaller exporters are strengthening their ITAR compliance programs to minimize new risks. Speakers include: GE Aviation, Boeing, Goodrich, Esterline, Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems, Richardson Electronics, Raytheon, Molex, Northrop Grumman, ATK, Woodward and Eaton.
With the recent $75 million penalty against UTC and two subsidiaries, hear from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on how individuals and companies are being investigated for ITAR violations, and their priorities going forward.
SPECIAL FOCUS ON CLASSIFICATION AND CJs, AND THE IMPACT OF EXPORT CONTROL REFORM:
The first day of the event includes an intensive, half-day of discussion, case studies and exercises on how to classify items, technology and services under the ITAR, and identify ITAR-controlled technical data and defense services. DTSA will also provide practical guidance on its expectations for preparing ITAR licenses and agreements, and drafting CJ requests.
MORE FOCUS ON HOW TO COMPLY WITH FOREIGN, DUAL AND THIRD COUNTRY NATIONAL RULES:
The new 2012 agenda also includes two in-depth sessions on how to comply with foreign, dual and third country national rules, reconcile ITAR requirements with foreign anti-discrimination and privacy laws, and coordinate compliance efforts with your HR Department. View more topics and full agenda here.
EMPOWERED OFFICIAL ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: How to Manage Responsibilities, and Reduce Personal Liability Risks for ITAR Violations.
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