|Yes, Exports Happen in the US:
Shipping not Required
Did you know that an export can happen even here in the United States? How does that happen, you ask?
Most people think of an export as the shipment of a good from the US to a foreign country, but that is only one type of export. The export regulations control the transfer, release, or disclosure of controlled commodities to foreign persons in the United States of technology (EAR term) or technical data (ITAR term). Generally, any item (commodities, software or technology, technical information, blue prints, design plans, circuit boards, etc.) controlled by the US Government, when released can create a violation. Learn how to protect yourself and your company.
This program will discuss the rules and regulations enforced by the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), with examples of real-life compliance situations and how they apply to your company.
Find out how to avoid these violations. This knowledge will help you understand and apply the export requirements that relate to your business.
You will learn:
> Overview of US Export regulations and to navigate the complexities of US Export Regulations for the non-physical
> Understand the distinctions between US export agencies (EAR, ITAR, OFAC, FTR) and what is subject to their review and monitoring
> General rules for export classifications
> Deemed exports
> Understanding and catching boycott statements
> Embargoes country destinations and prohibited parties
> License decisions
> Documenting the non-physical export
> Overview of the Export Control Reform
> Restrictions on certain foreign purchases under OFAC
More than ever before, businesses today need to comply with export control requirements. With enforcement actions by regulatory agencies on the rise, now is the time to understand the U.S. export laws and how they apply to you and your business.
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