Bureau of Industry and Security Training Seminar: Complying with U.S. Export Controls
May 03 - May 04 • Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa • Costa Mesa, CA 9262633.68309784 -117.88457489
Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa
3050 Bristol St
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
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$450 per person. The fee includes continental breakfasts, coffee breaks, a luncheon both full days and conference materials. The registration fee is not refundable after April 17.
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. We will focus on what items and activities are subject to the EAR; steps to take to determine the export licensing requirements for your item; how to determine your export control classification number (ECCN); when you can export or reexport without applying for a license; export clearance procedures and record keeping requirements; Export Management Compliance Program (EMCP) concepts; and real life examples in applying this information.
Presenters will conduct a number of "hands-on" exercises that will prepare you to apply the regulations to your own company's export activities. This program is well suited for those who need a comprehensive understanding of their obligations under the EAR.
The workshop will explain:
- The scope of the Export Administration Regulations.
- How to determine the export licensing requirements for your product.
- When you may export without applying for a license.
- What an Export Management Compliance Program (“EMCP”) is, and how it can help meet your regulatory responsibilities.
The instructors are experienced export policy specialists, and enforcement personnel from BIS's field offices. The instructors will be available throughout the seminar to answer your questions.
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