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This comprehensive four-part, remote-learning program “ITAR Basics for Exporting Industry Employees” is intended to introduce the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to employees of ...
This comprehensive four-part, remote-learning program “ITAR Basics for Exporting Industry Employees” is intended to introduce the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to employees of defense suppliers, manufacturers, exporters and brokers who are newly assigned to export compliance responsibilities as well as those who must understand ITAR rules to do their jobs, including personnel involved in sales and marketing, engineering and design, international and government contract management, mergers and acquisitions, finance and billing, human resources, legal, operations, security, procurement, shipping, logistics and transportation.
It’s also for those who work for commercial and dual-use firms who need to know how the ITAR might affect their companies.
Each of the four 90-minute sessions will be held on Wednesdays from 2:00 to 3:30 P.M. Each session will address different parts of the ITAR. Programs will be held on April 13, 2011; April 27, 2011; May 11, 2011; and May 25, 2011.
Our instructors, who expert legal and compliance specialists, are: John Priecko, Trade Compliance Solutions; Greg Hill, DRS Technologies, Inc.; Suzanne Kao, Huffman Riley Kao PLLC; Ginger Carney, Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium; and Phil Rhoads, Rhoads and Reed PLLC.
If you are unable to participate in this four-part, remote-learning series in person, you can order a CD recording of all four sessions along with all the PowerPoint slides.
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