Thursday, September 25 to Friday, September 26, 2014
Location to be confirmed, Amsterdam
The US Export Control Reform, in part, has been developed to make it easier to work with US controlled defence materials. While the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) is undeniably less restrictive, there are more exceptions and exemptions, making the transitioning process difficult and confusing for those who haven’t worked under the regulations previously.
Avoid the Crackdown on US Export Control Violations
Have your Gray Area Questions Answered by the People who wrote the Rules
C5 is bringing together current and formal US government officials directly involved in drafting the US Export Control Reform. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to have you specific questions on the Export Control Reform, ITAR and the EAR answered by the individuals who know it best, including:
Updates on regulations and refreshers on complex matters are necessary for any company wishing to remain compliant with new or complicated rules. However, when rules are new and difficult, to fully grasp how they work in practice, one needs to practice apply them. For this reason, C5 has created special case studies addressing the specific challenges that companies are facing when working with US Export Controls. Attendees will be divided into groups to work through various scenarios as a team and will have the government and former government speaking faculty as well as industry experts on hand to answer the questions that arise.
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