Cornerstones of ITAR Compliance 4-Webinar Series

February 27, March 6, March 13 & March 20, 2019    1:00-2:30 PM EST


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Have you read all 377 pages of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)? Do you need no-frills training on the ITAR that covers its core principles and helps you to identify risk areas within your daily business activities? ECTI has you covered.

In this 4-webinar series we will cover the key principles of the ITAR and provide practical advice on how to comply with them. This series will provide both novice and experienced export compliance professionals with detailed training on the most important aspects of the ITAR. We’ve pored over the regulations to bring you what you need to know and understand in order to build a solid foundation of compliance to your company.

Learn the specifics about each webinar below but return to this page if you would like to purchase the entire series. These webinars are also offered as single webinars so you can purchase just one by clicking the links below if that’s the only webinar you need!

Webinars in the Series:

Cornerstones of ITAR Compliance: Controlled Items, Activities & Technical Data FEBRUARY 27, 2019    1:00-2:30 PM EST

This webinar will guide you through the questions, and possible issues, you need to address when you are determining how the ITAR applies to an activity you may be looking to proceed with. We will help you answer the question of, “Is my item on the USML?” by walking you through the ITAR’s Order of Review.

Cornerstones of ITAR Compliance: Registration, Empowered Officials & Exemptions MARCH 6, 2019    1:00-2:30 PM EST

The ITAR says that you must register if you manufacture or export United States Munitions List (USML) controlled items (“defense articles”). If you provide “defense services” you may be required to register as well. Registration is often misunderstood, it’s not customer driven, it’s not an authorization to export anything, nor is it a confirmation that the State Department believes you are in compliance with the ITAR.

The next step is to name your company’s empowered official. The ITAR uses the term “empowered official” in some very specific ways. In this webinar, we will discuss what it means to be an empowered official and what the ITAR requires of those in the role.

ITAR exemptions authorize certain hardware exports without a license. Join us and learn the issues to address when you use an exemption. Just think: if you use an exemption instead of a license just once because of this webinar and the $250 savings (off your annual registration fee) will more than pay the cost of the webinar.

Cornerstones of ITAR Compliance: Licenses & Agreements MARCH 13, 2019    1:00-2:30 PM EDT

In this webinar we will tackle the Department of State’s licenses and agreements. If you are exporting hardware or technical data subject to the ITAR, odds are you will eventually need to complete a license (DSP-5 to be exact).

We will also address the most complex US Government export authorization, the Department of State’s agreements, including Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA), Manufacturing License Agreements (MLA) and the Warehouse and Distribution Agreement (WDA).  If you are exporting technical data or providing a defense service subject to the ITAR, this is information you need to know.

Cornerstones of ITAR Compliance: Administration, Documentation & Shipping MARCH 20, 2019    1:00-2:30 PM EDT

Are you ready to export? Do you know what you need to do when you make that export? So much work goes into defining if your activity or item is controlled by the ITAR, finding any applicable exemptions, and finally either getting an agreement or license, it may seem like the hard work is over. Sadly; the work is just beginning, there are several procedures you must follow when exporting items to ensure you don’t inadvertently violate the rules.

It’s important to understand the specific actions you need to take when you export hardware under a license, hardware under an exemption, or if you are exporting data under a license, agreement, or exemption. We are going to go step by step through each of these scenarios and provide you with the requirements for each. If you’ve come this far in the exporting process, why miss something small now?

These webinars will provide PowerPoint slides and include live video and commentary from Scott Gearity, who brings over 20 years of consulting, training, and corporate export compliance program management experience to the webinars.

Webinar participants are invited to submit questions during each webinar; the final 30 minutes of each webinar will be allotted to answering attendees’ questions. Each registrant will receive copies of the presentations, certificates of completion, and access to all of the webinar recordings. Register even if you cannot attend all of the webinars; we will send you access to the webinar recordings along with a copy of each of the presentations!


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Webinar Details:

Length Each Webinar is 1 hour 30 minutes
Each Webinar is Comprised of 1 hour of commentary and 30 minute Q&A session
Cost $585 per person
Multi-Viewer Discounts Available
ECoP® EAR or ITAR renewal credits: 4
NEI / NCBFAA
Event #: Pending
Additional Notes

1 Viewer $585
2 Viewers $885
3 Viewers $1,185
4 Viewers $1,445
5 Viewers $1,705
6 Viewers $1,925
7 Viewers $2,105
8 Viewers $2,245
9 Viewers $2,345
10 Viewers $2,405