The U.S. Department of Commerce Connecticut District office invites you to participate in a series of thirteen one hour to 90 minute nationally promoted webinars beginning in early April through late May 2015.
The International Trade Compliance Webinar Training Program will provide U.S. companies either who supply the nation’s largest exporters, including Prime and Tier-one contractors in supply chain, or want to take advantage of the dynamic global market with focused training about compliance with international trade laws. The program will also focus on the different angles of compliance awareness and current challenges facing the upstream supply chain.
Introductory Webinar will be March 11th from 1:30-2:30PM EST. This webinar will introduce the compliance webinar series and briefly discuss each webinar topic.
Click the following link for a net replay version of the introductory webinar: NETREPLAY
TO REGISTER FOR THE WHOLE SERIES, OR ANY PART OF THE SERIES, PLEASE CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK: Compliance Webinar
The presenters will include legal experts and U.S. government speakers. The webinars topics consist of:
- Complying with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) – 04/07/2015
- Complying with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) – 04/13/2015
- Complying with U.S. Economic Sanctions and Trade Embargoes – 04/20/2015
- Distribution Agreements/Technical Assistance Agreements/Manufacturing License Agreements – New date: 5/18/2015
- FCPA: What Every Company Doing Business Abroad Needs to Know – 04/23/2015
- Maintenance, Repair, and Operations (MRO) Items: Import Compliance Documentation – 04/27/2015
- Legal Consideration and Best Practices for Developing an Effective Cybersecurity Strategy – 04/30/2015
- Deemed Exports – 05/05/2015
- Government Contracting – Postponed, new date: 5/21/2015
- Site Visits, Enforcement Actions and Voluntary Disclosures – 05/12/2015
- Considerations for Exporting to China – 05/13/2015
- Compliance at Trade shows – 05/19/2015
- Developing a Corporate Export Management and Compliance Program (EMCP) – 05/20/2015
The webinars will educate the smaller supply chain companies and employees of larger companies who may be compliance novices about the key areas of global trade compliance. The series will also afford companies the opportunity to conduct risk assessments of their compliance programs, as well as evaluate and develop written policies, procedures and processes intended to address how the company may want to protect itself and its customers from exposure to global trade compliance risks.
Whether new to exporting to or an old pro, through this webinar series you can learn about new opportunities to help grow your business, refresh your understanding of U.S. trade laws, and reinforce your company’s compliance practices.
The webinar costs will be $20 per webinar or a package price for all webinars of $200.