Date(s) - 12/11/2018
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Learn how to comply with U.S. export control requirements for munitions items / defense articles as set forth by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). The course will also address the new export control reform initiatives.
Understand why your products qualify as munitions items / defense articles instead of dual use goods. The classification and compliance process has only become more complex under the new Export Control Reform regulations.
The following topics will be covered:
- Export Control Reform initiative
- Definition of export under ITAR
- Foreign national persons
- Registration with DDTC
- Empowered Officials
- Commodity Jurisdiction Requests
- Defense articles
- Technical data exports
- Exports of defense services
- ITAR prohibited countries/persons
- ITAR restrictions / license requirements
- ITAR exemptions
- DSP5 applications
- DSP 73 applications
- Manufacturing license agreements
- Technical assistance agreements
- Warehouse distribution agreements
- ITAR export procedures
- ITAR enforcement
- Voluntary disclosures
- Case examples
Who Should Attend?
- International Sales Managers
- Business Development Managers
- Export Compliance Managers
- Engineering, Research and Development
About our Presenter:
Bob Imbriani has been in the international/domestic transportation and logistics field for over four decades. He has held various senior executive positions with major U.S. Customs brokers/freight forwarders. He is currently Executive Vice President, International for Team Worldwide. Mr. Imbriani is a well-known speaker and educator in the areas of trade compliance, contract negations, transportation, logistic/supply chain solutions, customs brokerage, trade development and financial services. He is an adjunct professor in these areas at Baruch College and Pace University in New York.
Discounted Rates Available to Qualifying Companies
If you are a small or medium sized company, and have an exportable product or service, we can offer you a discounted rate of $65.00 for up to 2 participants through funding provided by the PA Department of Community and Economic Development and the US Small Business Administration, under the STEP program.
In order to qualify, a company must meet the U.S. Small Business Administration’s definition of an Eligible Small Business Concern, which is defined as an entity that:
– Is organized or incorporated in the United States;
– Is operating in the United States;
– Meets the applicable industry-based small business size standards
The following three forms need to be completed and emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- STEP Client Application Form
- Certification Regarding Debarment
- Self-Representation Regarding Eligible Small Business Concern
Funded in part through a Grant with the U.S. Small Business Administration
Bookings are closed for this event.