As export control reform moves forward and legal counsel, compliance officers and internal trade executives prepare for the transition from the ITAR to the EAR, The ITAR Summit will provide attendees with expert strategies for maintaining an effective ITAR compliance program in an evolving regulatory environment.
Don't miss an early opportunity to hear directly from Keynote Speaker, Under Secretary of the U.S. Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), Mr. Eric L. Hirschhorn, who will join senior in-house counsel and compliance officers from Northrop Grumman, Boeing, BAE, DRS, GE Aviation, Rolls-Royce and others as they share with you strategies for navigating both the current and anticipated ITAR regulatory environment.
Mark your calendar for June 24-25, 2013 in Washington, DC and meet with leaders in the defense and aerospace industry who are responsible for overseeing -
Ã¼ Export controls
Ã¼ Export licensing
Ã¼ International trade
Ã¼ Legal Affairs
Ã¼ Internal audit
Ã¼ Regulatory and government affairs
Hear from the "Who's Who" of the export controls and international trade bar as they provide you with proven strategies for:
Ã¼ Obtaining proper classification of ITAR controlled items under parts 120 & 121
Ã¼ Successfully navigating the licensing process for ITAR controlled products
Ã¼ Building an ITAR compliance program that meets DDTC expectations
Ã¼ Using employee training to ensure the trickle down of your ITAR compliance program
Ã¼ Investigating potential ITAR violations and making a voluntary disclosure to the Government
Ã¼ Ensuring foreign licensee compliance with screening requirements to prevent diversion of ITAR-controlled defense articles under part 126.18
Gain practical information you can take back to your company during the following roundtable and compliance-focused discussions on:
Ã¼ ITAR risk exposure in M&A transactions
Ã¼ Effective internal auditing techniques for minimizing exposure to an external audit
Ã¼ Unique ITAR compliance challenges associated with technology transfers
Ã¼ Strategies for minimizing un-authorized re-exports
Ã¼ Addressing third party compliance under the ITAR
We look forward to welcoming you to DC this June.
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