Program Date and Time
Friday, March 21, 2014, 8:30AM – 10:30AM
Washington Technology Park Conference Center, 15000 Conference Center Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151 (Click here for directions)
If your company is involved in exporting goods and technology regulated by the International Traffic In Arms Regulations, you should know that the rules are changing. Products, particularly parts, components, accessories, attachments, production equipment for various USML categories are transitioning to control under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) in a new classification noted as the “600 series”. These rules have been in effect for companies with equipment or technology regulated in USML Categories VIII since October 15, 2013 and since January 6, 2014 for USML categories VI, VII, VIII, XIII and XX, with USML Categories IV, V, IX, X going into effect July 1, 2014. Learn what steps your companies will need to implement when dealing with items that transition from the USML to the Commerce Control List under the EAR and how the rules for exporting under 600 series controlled commodities are different than exports of other EAR regulated commodities.
In this seminar, attendees will learn about:
- Scope of Export Control Reform
- Order of Review for jurisdiction and classification determinations
- “Specially designed”
- What happens to existing licenses
- How to determine if you need a license under the EAR
- Key License Exceptions under the EAR
About the Presenter
Jenny Hahn is Vice President and Partner of FD Associates, Inc., a boutique trade compliance firm advising US exporters on ITAR and EAR licensing and compliance since 1992. In addition to her expertise and experience in ITAR licensing and compliance matters, Jenny also has experience in U.S. Customs detentions and seizures. She spearheads audits, training programs and assists exporters with establishing compliance programs. Jenny’s expertise includes aerospace parts and components, satellite parts and components, unmanned aerial vehicles/systems, night vision equipment, ballistic/armored equipment, firearms/ammunition, propulsion systems for missiles, Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance equipment and various weapon systems. See Jenny’s full profile on LinkedIn by clicking here.
$35.00 per person including a hot breakfast.
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In order to save on printing costs and to give people an option to use a laptop or tablet, we will email a link to the seminar presentation and any materials two days prior to the event. We suggest downloading the presentation in advance or utilizing a personal hotspot/cellular data on the day of the event as the facility does not guarantee ability to access their Wi-Fi network. We will not have printed copies available the day of the event.
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