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Mastering the Export Administration Regulations & 2018 Export Control Reform Changes - Webinar

  • ID: 4658243
  • Webinar
  • 75 Pages
  • Online Compliance Panel
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Companies may find themselves subject to fines and penalties for violations of export regulations. The process of export compliance reform is ongoing. Make sure that your company is up to speed on the export regulations and how they impact your business operations. Designed for both novices and experienced exporters needing a refresher on EAR requirements, this webinar details the essential tools for mastering the EAR. Export Control Reform Act of 2018 (ECRA), seeks to modernize the U.S. dual use export control regime while addressing perceived threats to U.S. interests from non-U.S. competitors.

Objectives of the Presentation

  • Understanding Commerce/BIS & the Regulations
  • The General Prohibitions & Red Flags
  • Reading the ECCN, Reasons for Control & Country Charts
  • Preparing License & Classification Requests
  • License Exceptions & the Strategic Trade Authorization
  • Due Diligence: Preventing Violations
  • Recordkeeping & Compliance Under the EAR
  • Export Control Reform (ECR):Changes in 2018

Why Should you Attend

Most products, software, and technology exported from the United States are subject to the Export Administration Regulations, which are administered and enforced by the Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security. Understanding how to navigate the EAR and their extensive jurisdictional reach is critical to doing business successfully in the global market. And as recent penalty cases show, it's especially important for foreign companies to understand how and when they must comply with the EAR.

Export Control Reform is the ongoing process of rewriting the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and the Export Administration Regulations to better define what articles and technologies are controlled, and to move many articles, especially at the part and component level, from the ITAR to the EAR. The webinar will review the changes made as a result of Export Control Reform to date and will provide examples of how the changes have affected controls and licensing.

Areas Covered

  • Overview of U.S. export control system and the reach of the EAR
  • Classifying hardware, software, and technology with confidence
  • Export screening requirements: complying with country, end-user, and end-use restrictions
  • Determining license requirements and making the most out of license exceptions
  • Addressing the complexities of the deemed export rules
  • How to handle AES and EEI filing requirements
  • Export record retention: what you need to keep and for how long
  • Consequences for non-compliance and considerations for mitigation
  • Key elements of a best-in-class export compliance program
  • Export Control Reform (ECR):Changes in 2018
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  • Rossano V. Gerald Rossano V. Gerald,
    Academic Professor ,
    Concordia University

    Dr. Gerald is an Academic Professor and Founder of RVG International Consulting Firm, LLC. He has over twenty five years of business experience in, strategic management, marketing analysis, and supply chain management. Dr. Gerald worked with small and medium-sized businesses to help improve their business logistic processes through verification of operational and supply chain programs. Also, he had developed management and marketing strategies that were used to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of his client business operations in this global economy.

    He earned a Doctor of Business Administration in International Business and Advanced Professional Business Certification in Marketing from Argosy University/Sarasota; He also holds a Master of Science of Law (J.S.M.) degree and certificate in Compliance & Risk Management from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in International Tax and Finance Services and enrolled in the University of Phoenix/Project Management-MBA degree program.

    Dr. Gerald is also a member of the Free Trade Alliance, San Antonio Transportation Association, Inc., San Antonio SCORE, TX, Supply Chain Council and Institute of Business Forecasting & Planning, and CATO Institute of Research & Analysis and Academy of Business Research. He is a Certified Supply Chain Manager, and Inventory Planner and Property Forecaster, Certified Consultant for Business Value Analysis and Methodology, Certified Export Leaders of the Free Trade Alliance and Casa of San Antonio, TX; Certified Master Management Consultant and Master Project Manager; and Certified Marketing Analyst and Registered Business Analyst by the International Management Consultant Certification Board (IMCB).

    Certified CCA Chartered Compliance Analyst AAFM American Academy of Financial Management/ Certified International Project Manager (CIPM) of the AAPM American Academy of Project Management. A member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals; and an Advisor for the Mu Kappa Tau Marketing of the Honor Society. He has published scholarly papers for the Journal of International Business and Economics and the Strategic Management Quarterly.

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Who will Benefit

  • All Corporate Officers
  • Export Compliance Directors & Managers
  • Contracts and Subcontracting Officers
  • Engineers, Business and Marketing Managers
  • Program and Project Managers
  • Shipping and Logistics
  • Personnel and Legal Counsel
  • Export Compliance Officers
  • Legal Department
  • Traffic Personnel
  • Customer Service Representatives
  • Government liaisons
  • Trade Logistics Personnel
  • Personnel from overseas companies who deal with US-based companies or that purchase US-origin products, components or technology
  • Subsidiaries, affiliates and parents of US businesses
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