Executive Briefings

Intangible Export Controls take the spotlight at ACI’s Forum on
 International Technology Transfers, Cloud Computing & Deemed Exports

Washington D.C. – ACI is proud to produce the 9th National Export Controls Forum on International Technology Transfers, Cloud Computing & Deemed Exports October 17-19 at the Washington Plaza in Washington D.C.  This forum provides a unique benchmarking platform around complex EAR and ITAR compliance challenges related to intangible exports.  As technological advancement outpaces compliance programs and regulatory guidance, there are more significant gray areas than ever affecting the success of technology control plans. Whether you are on-boarding foreign nationals, implementing new IT systems and platforms that include cloud storage, or managing third-party hiring processes and technology access, the risks are many and the stakes are high.

 

Key topics include:

  • NEW CLOUD COMPUTING RULES
    Incorporating the latest BIS and DDTC final rules into your export compliance processes and program.
  • TRACKING TECHNOLOGY ACCESS
    How to put your Technology Control Plan into action across a global organization.
  • FOREIGN NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT
    The latest in recruitment and screening processes, including best practices for mitigating potential conflicts with foreign human rights and labor laws.
  • EMPLOYEE INTANGIBLE EXPORT TRAINING
    How to implement a successful global training program for export controls as nuanced and intangible technology transfers.
  • ECONOMIC SANCTIONS IMPACTING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERS
    How recent sanctions changes and reforms impacts your compliance practices. 

 

View agenda here, and register early.

 

Staffed by industry specialists, lawyers and other professionals, American Conference Institute operates as a think tank, monitoring trends and developments in all major industry sectors, the law, and public policy, with a view to providing information on the leading edge. 

Washington D.C. – ACI is proud to produce the 9th National Export Controls Forum on International Technology Transfers, Cloud Computing & Deemed Exports October 17-19 at the Washington Plaza in Washington D.C.  This forum provides a unique benchmarking platform around complex EAR and ITAR compliance challenges related to intangible exports.  As technological advancement outpaces compliance programs and regulatory guidance, there are more significant gray areas than ever affecting the success of technology control plans. Whether you are on-boarding foreign nationals, implementing new IT systems and platforms that include cloud storage, or managing third-party hiring processes and technology access, the risks are many and the stakes are high.

 

Key topics include:

  • NEW CLOUD COMPUTING RULES
    Incorporating the latest BIS and DDTC final rules into your export compliance processes and program.
  • TRACKING TECHNOLOGY ACCESS
    How to put your Technology Control Plan into action across a global organization.
  • FOREIGN NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT
    The latest in recruitment and screening processes, including best practices for mitigating potential conflicts with foreign human rights and labor laws.
  • EMPLOYEE INTANGIBLE EXPORT TRAINING
    How to implement a successful global training program for export controls as nuanced and intangible technology transfers.
  • ECONOMIC SANCTIONS IMPACTING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERS
    How recent sanctions changes and reforms impacts your compliance practices. 

 

View agenda here, and register early.

 

Staffed by industry specialists, lawyers and other professionals, American Conference Institute operates as a think tank, monitoring trends and developments in all major industry sectors, the law, and public policy, with a view to providing information on the leading edge.