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Arizona Export Compliance Summit

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Last year’s 1st Annual Arizona Export Compliance Summit in Phoenix was a resounding success. This year the event moves South to Tucson and the large and growing technology sector there. Participants are again welcome from across the country and intgernationally. You are invited and encouraged to attend this September 12-13, 2012, Arizona District Export Council and US Commercial Service hosted low-cost, high-quality, unique, practical application-oriented hands-on program at the Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa, 245 East Ina Road, Tucson, Arizona 85704. This two-day program includes the seminar, networking reception, workshops, roundtables and free afternoon, no-obligation one-hour sessions with presenters. It is jointly sponsored by the law firm of Sandler, Travis and Rosenberg, PA; Sandler and Travis Trade Advisory Services, Inc; Trade Compliance Solutions, exportassure and Raytheon. Other partners include the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), University of Arizona, Arizona Technology Council (ATC), Arizona International Growth Group (AZIGG), The Export Practitioner, Tyler Search, International Compliance Professionals Association (ICPA) and NASBITE International. Discounts are available for ACCI, ATC, AZIGG and ICPA members, government, faculty and students. For registration go to http://www.regonline.com/azexportsummit2012

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Arizona Export Compliance Summit

  1. 1. September 12 12-13, 2012 Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort & Spa 245 East Ina Road, Tucson, Arizona 85704 We invite you to participate in this practical application, case study oriented program targeting: • Key evolving requirements for the Export Administration Regulations and International Traffic in Arms Regulations compliance • Managing export expo exposure, liability and risk • The devastating consequences of non non-compliance • Export control reform impact & implications, b best practices, recommended rec approaches and solutions for export compliance challenges Participants will also have the opportunity to interact with leading export complianceprofessionals in no cost one-on- -one meetings and also benchmark with other organizations. organizations The State Trade & Export Promotion (STEP) Grant Program is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). SBA funding is not an endorsement of any products, opinions or services. All SBA funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Arizona companies may qualify for partial reimbursement of the registration fee via the STEP grant. es For more information, please contact Kevin O’Shea at kevino@azcommerce.com. kevino@azcommerce.com REGISTRATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 Important Note: The Day 2 One-on-One Sessions with Presenters are Available First Come/First-Served. One First-Come/First Contact Sally Chambers to schedule a session session.
  2. 2. The 2nd Annual Arizona Export Compliance Summit - Agenda Hosted by the Arizona District Export Council and U.S. Commercial Service (As of 8/21/2012) th th Day One - September 12 Day Two - September 13 7:45 AM Registration & Networking Breakfast 7:30 AM Registration & Networking Breakfast 8:30 AM Opening Remarks 8:00 AM Opening Remarks 8:45 AM Overview & Update on U.S. Export 8:15 AM Jurisdiction & Classification Workshop: Controls: Players, Policies The Critical Importance of Getting Them and Processes Right John Priecko, President and Managing Partner, Trade Compliance Solutions The Essential Nuts & Bolts 9:45 AM Hot Topics: EAR & ITAR Hillary Doll Hillary Doll, Export/Import Operations oll, Compliance, Raytheon Company and , Case Studies, Enforcement, Monica White, Director Export Compliance, Consequences of Non-Compliance Non Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Services (STTAS) and Lessons Learned John Priecko 11:00 AM Export Control Reform John Priecko and 10:15 AM Audits & Assessments Workshop: Workshop Melissa Proctor, Partner, Sandler Travis Essential Elements of Export Compliance & Rosenberg, P.A. (ST&R) The Basics-Legal & Regulatory Noon Keynote Luncheon Speaker Perspectives Richard (Rick) B. Weir, Assistant Special , Agent in Charge, Office of Export Melissa Proctor Enforcement, US Department of Commerce, Case Studies, Enforcement, Los Angeles CA Consequences of Non-Compliance Non 1:30 PM Academia / Industry / Supplier Panel and Lessons Learned Moderator: Sol Brody, Director, Raytheon Monica White Export/Import Operations, with David Dozor, Chief Executive Officer, Infrared 12:15 PM Morning program concludes oncludes Laboratories, Inc.; Kay Ellis, Export Controls Officer, University of Arizona; Kelly Roemer, Manager International Trade Compliance, 12:30 PM Jurisdiction & Classification Roundtable Northrop Grumman Technical Services, Inc. rumman (over lunch) Moderator: Hillary Doll 3:15 PM Enforcement Update and the Latest Consequences of Non-Compliance Compliance 1:00 PM One Hour One-on-One Sessions One Melissa Proctor to with John Priecko & Melissa Proctor and 5:00 PM separate software demonstrations 4:15 PM Q&A (to pre-schedule, contact Sally Chambers, schedule, With all the presenters sally.chambers@trade.gov; 480-884-1658) sally.chambers@trade.gov 5:00 PM Networking Reception to Hosted by ST&R, STTAS 2:00 PM Audits & Assessments Roundtable ssessments 7 PM and exportassure Moderator: Monica White________________________________________________________________________________ Program Sponsors & Partners

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