• (11/24/2021)

    (11/24/2021) : Commerce Lists Entities Involved in the Support of PRC Military Quantum Computing Applications, Pakistani Nuclear and Missile Proliferation, and Russia’s Military

  • (11/18/2021)

    (11/18/2021) : BIS publishes 232 Vanadium Report Notice

  • (11/18/2021)

    (11/18/2021) : BIS publishes 232 Transformers and Transformer Components (GOES) Report Notice

  • (11/16/2021)

    (11/16/2021) : Jury Convicts Naval Flight Officer Of Firearms Conspiracy And Lying During Security Clearance Background Investigation

  • (11/12/2021)

    (11/12/2021) : New FAQs on Cyber Tools Rule

  • (11/9/2021)

    (11/9/2021) : Commerce Adds NSO Group and Other Foreign Companies to Entity List for Malicious Cyber Activities

  • (11/8/2021)

    (11/8/2021) : BIS Imposes Administrative Penalty Of $80,000 And Audit Requirements To Resolve Allegations Of Unlicensed Shipments To Huawei And Related Entities

  • (11/4/2021)

    (11/4/2021) : BIS publishes an update to the Entity List

  • (10/28/2021)

    (10/28/2021) : New Foreign Direct Product Rule FAQ - see “Supply Chain FAQ 4”

  • (10/27/2021)

    (10/27/2021) : Chicago Tech Executive Guilty of Illegally Exporting Computer Equipment to Pakistan

  • (10/26/2021)

    (10/26/2021) : BIS publishes an ANPRM "Request for Comments Concerning the Imposition of Export Controls on Certain Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Emerging Technology

  • (10/26/2021)

    (10/26/2021) : Virtual Forum for Risks in the Information Communication Technology Supply Chain

  • (10/26/2021)

    (10/26/2021) : BIS publishes 232 Titanium Sponge Report Notice

  • (10/22/2021)

    (10/22/2021) : South Florida Residents Convicted of Attempting to Illegally Export Controlled Items to Libya

  • (10/22/2021)

    (10/22/2021) : Clarifications of Availability and Expansion of Restrictions on Availability of License Exception Strategic Trade Authorization Under the Export Administration Regulations proposed rule; comments due by 12/6/2021

  • (10/20/2021)

    (10/20/2021) : Joint U.S.-EU Stakeholders Virtual Outreach on Dual-Use Export Controls: October 27, 2021

  • (10/20/2021)

    (10/20/2021) : Interim final rule with request for comments: Information Security Controls: Cybersecurity Items

  • (10/20/2021)

    (10/20/2021) : Commerce Tightens Export Controls on Items Used in Surveillance of Private Citizens and other Malicious Cyber Activities

  • (10/20/2021)

    (10/20/2021) : Fraudster Convicted in Maryland After Seven Day Trial for Federal Money Laundering Conspiracy Charges Related to International Fraud

  • (10/14/2021)

    (10/14/2021) : BIS to publish Notice of Virtual Forum for Risks in the Information Communication Technology Supply Chain

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Complying with U.S. Export Controls January 12-13, 2022

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January 12-13 Complying with U.S. Export Controls 

 

This two-day program is led by BIS's professional counseling staff and provides an in-depth examination of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). The program will cover the information exporters need to know to comply with U.S. export control requirements on commercial goods, and other items subject to the EAR.

We will focus on what items and activities are subject to the EAR, how to determine your export control classification number (ECCN), steps to take to determine the export licensing requirements for your item, when you can export or reexport without applying for a license, export clearance procedures, and record keeping requirements.

 

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The Bureau of Industry and Security

Presents

Strategic Trade Compliance Symposium

November 5-6, 2014

Washington, DC

 

 

For those that have requested a more in-depth export compliance course offering, this is it. This inaugural Strategic Trade Compliance Symposium is a two- day program dedicated to bringing the business community up-to-speed on the latest initiatives underway in export compliance from a wide variety of U.S. Government experts, including the latest developments in the Export Control Reform initiative.

During the two-day program, you will learn first-hand from senior U.S. Government officials about the elements of an effective export compliance program as well as the current issues and trends in export control policies, regulations, enforcement, legal and practices. Both days will include networking opportunities, offering you the chance to mingle and discuss issues of concern with BIS presenters, other federal agencies, and fellow participants.

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Location and Time

Hotel MonacoThe Strategic Trade Compliance Symposium will be held November 5-6, 2014 at the Hotel Monaco Washington DC, located at 700 F St, NW Washington, DC 20004. Symposium sessions will run from 8:30am to 5:00pm on both days. Each day will conclude with an informal networking session in the Hotel Monaco.  The registration fee is $405.00 per person and advance registration is required.

 

 

 

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The instructors are experienced export compliance specialists from BIS' Washington, D.C. headquarters. In addition, representatives from the Bureau of the Census, Department of Treasury Foreign Assets Control Office, Office of Export Enforcement, Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls and Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection have been invited to present.

The instructors will be available throughout the seminar to answer your questions on how U.S. export control requirements and regulations affect the export activities of your organization or client.

 

   
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