3rd National Forum on ITAR Compliance

July 23, 2008 - July 24, 2008
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Washington, DC


Recent cases including the ITT and Northrop Grumman agreements send a clear message that exporters must be vigilant about preventing, detecting and investigating potential ITAR controls violations. Companies that deal with ITAR-controlled items or technical data must ensure that export practices and global supply chains are compliant with US trade law.

Creating an adequate ITAR compliance program is complex and US exporters must be up to date on the latest developments and enforcement initiatives of defense trade controls. For this critically acclaimed “3rd National Forum on ITAR Compliance”, the American Conference Institute has once again assembled an exceptional faculty of top business, legal and government officials. This advanced forum will provide attendees with an update on civil and criminal ITAR enforcement, state of the art licensing and compliance practices as well as practical advice on how to successfully implement ITAR controls. Hear practical corporate perspectives on how best to comply in a era of increased scrutiny, including:

  • How US persons can engage in ITAR-controlled defense services by simply providing public domain information
  • Hiring and assigning foreign persons in ITAR sensitive areas
  • ITAR contamination: when non-US technology becomes tainted
  • DDTC’s compliance expectations in the acquisitions/merger context
  • Handling mistakes by downstream recipients of US defense articles
  • Factors triggering DDTC requirement of an independent audit
  • Key elements and “best practices” of effective ITAR compliance

This event gets great reviews each year and will fill up quickly. Register now by calling 1-888-884-2480; by faxing your registration form to 1-877-927-1563, or by registering online

Meet the Speakers

John P. Barker
Arnold & Porter
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