ITAR BOOT CAMP

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

About

ITAR regulations dictate that information and material pertaining to defense and military-related technologies cannot be exported or shared with non-U.S. persons unless approval from the Department of State is received or a special exemption is used.

An exporter that doesn’t master defense trade controls can unknowingly violate strict provisions of the ITAR and incorrectly assume that their articles, technical data or services aren’t subject to defense trade controls! Anything but a clear understanding of the ITAR is extremely risky, as enforcement becomes even more heavy-handed and penalties continue to rise.

Developing and implementing an eff ective ITAR compliance program is daunting. U.S. exporters must always be up-to-date on the latest regulatory changes, guidelines and enforcement actions. Moreover, exporters must know how to overcome practical, real-life challenges aff ecting their compliance status, including how to determine ITAR jurisdiction, draft CJ requests, use license exemptions, expedite license approvals, and control foreign nationals access.

The American Conference Institute’s “ITAR Boot Camp” is designed as an in-depth, practical course on the nuts and bolts of ITAR compliance. Our expert faculty will walk you through the ins and outs of key requirements, exemptions and the latest updates. Th is course will allow for ample Q & A, hands-on exercises and case studies, and will provide you with valuable materials that will help you in your daily work. Topics will include:

  • Classifying your articles, technology and services: How to conduct an eff ective ITAR jurisdiction analysis
  • When and how to draft Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) Requests
  • How to use license exemptions and prepare a successful ITAR license application
  • Complying with restrictions on foreign national employees and visitors
  • How to ensure compliance with end-users and end-use restrictions
  • Avoiding ITAR violations related to technical data and defense services
  • Building an eff ective domestic and global compliance program
  • What to do if an ITAR violation is suspected
  • Preparing effective voluntary and directed disclosures

Contents & Contributors

About

ITAR regulations dictate that information and material pertaining to defense and military-related technologies cannot be exported or shared with non-U.S. persons unless approval from the Department of State is received or a special exemption is used.

An exporter that doesn’t master defense trade controls can unknowingly violate strict provisions of the ITAR and incorrectly assume that their articles, technical data or services aren’t subject to defense trade controls! Anything but a clear understanding of the ITAR is extremely risky, as enforcement becomes even more heavy-handed and penalties continue to rise.

Developing and implementing an eff ective ITAR compliance program is daunting. U.S. exporters must always be up-to-date on the latest regulatory changes, guidelines and enforcement actions. Moreover, exporters must know how to overcome practical, real-life challenges aff ecting their compliance status, including how to determine ITAR jurisdiction, draft CJ requests, use license exemptions, expedite license approvals, and control foreign nationals access.

The American Conference Institute’s “ITAR Boot Camp” is designed as an in-depth, practical course on the nuts and bolts of ITAR compliance. Our expert faculty will walk you through the ins and outs of key requirements, exemptions and the latest updates. Th is course will allow for ample Q & A, hands-on exercises and case studies, and will provide you with valuable materials that will help you in your daily work. Topics will include:

  • Classifying your articles, technology and services: How to conduct an eff ective ITAR jurisdiction analysis
  • When and how to draft Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) Requests
  • How to use license exemptions and prepare a successful ITAR license application
  • Complying with restrictions on foreign national employees and visitors
  • How to ensure compliance with end-users and end-use restrictions
  • Avoiding ITAR violations related to technical data and defense services
  • Building an eff ective domestic and global compliance program
  • What to do if an ITAR violation is suspected
  • Preparing effective voluntary and directed disclosures

Contents & Contributors

Classifying Your Articles, Technology and Services: How to  Conduct an Effective ITAR Jurisdiction Analysis
Karen Jones, Xe

Classifying Your Articles, Technology and Services: How to  Conduct an Effective ITAR Jurisdiction Analysis
John P. Barker, Arnold & Porter LLP

Defense Trade Controls Agencies: Who Does What and How to Stay on Their Good Side
John Priecko, JP Morgan, Global Trade Services

When and How to Draft Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) Requests 
Karen Jones, Xe

When and How to Draft Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) Requests 
Kevin Wolf, Bryan Cave LLP

Defining and Controlling Technical Data                                              
Paul Meador, Northrop Grumman Corporation
John P. Barker, Arnold & Porter LLP

Preventing ITAR Violations related to Defense Services            
Harriette M. Henderson, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated

Preventing ITAR Violations related to Defense Services           
John A. Ordway, Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe, L.L.P.

Using ITAR Licensing Exemptions                                                                         
Paul Meador, Northrop Grumman Corporation
John A. Ordway, Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe, L.L.P.

Directorate of Defense Trade Controls Update                                       
Candace M. J. Goforth, U.S. Department of State

Nuts and Bolts of Licensing                                                                                
Lawrence R. Fink, SAIC

Successful ITAR License applications: Key Requirements                   
James D. Slear, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Complying with Restrictions on Foreign National Employees and Visitors
Kay Georgi, Arent Fox LLP
Helaine F. Lobman, Mitsubishi Electric & Electronics USA, Inc.
Paul Seraydarian, The Boeing Company

Meeting End-Use and End-User Requirements                                             
Heather C. Sears, DRS Technologies, Inc.

End-Use and End-User Requirements                                                                 
Louis K. Rothberg, Dilworth Paxson, LLP

Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program                         
David L. Thomas, ATK Space Systems

Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program:Key Elements
Heather C. Sears, DRS Technologies, Inc.

Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program:Key Elements
Suzanne Y. Kao, Huffman Riley Kao PLLC

Itar part 129 brokering: registering, licensing, reporting   
Gary Stanley, Global Legal Services

What to Do If You Uncover a Suspected ITAR Violation                 
Candace Miller, BAE Systems, Inc.

What to Do If You Uncover a Suspected ITAR Violation                      
David L. Thomas, ATK Space Systems

If you Suspect ITAR Violations                                                                              
Louis K. Rothberg, Dilworth Paxson, LLP

Preparing Effective Voluntary and Directed Disclosures            
James D. Slear, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Post-License Implementation: Complying with Binding Clauses for TAAS and MLAs under Part 124 of the ITAR
Tom Chapin, Northrop Grumman Corporation

Post-License Implementation: Complying with Binding Clauses for TAAS and MLAs, under § 124 of the ITAR
Candace Miller, BAE Systems, Inc.

Post-License Implementation: Complying with Binding Clausesfor TAAS and MLAs under Part 124 of the ITAR
Kay Georgi, Arent Fox LLP

Implementing Your Compliance Program Overseas: Managing the ExtraTerritorial Reach of the ITAR
Paul Seraydarian, The Boeing Company Suzanne Y. Kao, Huffman Riley Kao PLLC


DOCUMENT TYPES: PPT PDF DOC PPTX XLS PRESENTATIONS AVAILABLE: 45

8:30
Opening Remarks from the Boot Camp Co-Chairs
Mr. Paul Meador
Senior Counsel‚ Export/Import
Northrop Grumman Corporation‚ Law Department‚ Corporate Office
The Hon. Kevin J. Wolf
Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration
Bureau of Industry and Security‚ US Department of Commerce
8:45
Classifying Your Articles‚ Technology and Services: How to Conduct an Effective ITAR Jurisdiction Analysis
Ms. Karen Jones
Director, Trade Compliance
ITT Exelis
1 file
How to Conduct an Effective ITAR Jurisdiction Analysis
113.8 KB 5 pages Presentation
PDF - How to Conduct an Effective ITAR Jurisdiction Analysis
John Barker
Partner
Arnold & Porter LLP
1 file
Classifying Your Articles
646.5 KB 15 pages Presentation
PPT - Classifying Your Articles
10:00
Defense Trade Controls Agencies: Who Does What and How to Stay on Their Good Side
Mr. John P. Priecko
President and Managing Partner
Trade Compliance Solutions
4 files
Defense Trade Controls Agencies: Who Does What and How to Stay on their Good Side
640.2 KB 18 pages Presentation
PDF - Defense Trade Controls Agencies: Who Does What and How to Stay on their Good Side
Priecko.J-InternetLinks
102 KB 4 pages Presentation
DOC - Priecko.J-InternetLinks
Priecko.J-ITTSettlementSummary
52 KB 1 page Presentation
DOC - Priecko.J-ITTSettlementSummary
Priecko.J-QioptiqSettlementSummary
53 KB 1 page Presentation
DOC - Priecko.J-QioptiqSettlementSummary
10:30
Coffee Break
10:45
When and How to Draft Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) Requests
Ms. Karen Jones
Director, Trade Compliance
ITT Exelis
1 file
When and How to Draft Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) Requests
95.4 KB 5 pages Presentation
PDF - When and How to Draft Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) Requests
The Hon. Kevin J. Wolf
Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration
Bureau of Industry and Security‚ US Department of Commerce
7 files
COMMODITY JURISDICTION REQUESTS
37.2 KB 8 pages Presentation
PDF - COMMODITY JURISDICTION REQUESTS
Commentary on ITAR Part 120
131.9 KB 20 pages Presentation
PDF - Commentary on ITAR Part 120
Commentary on ITAR Part 121
239.2 KB 31 pages Presentation
PDF - Commentary on ITAR Part 121
Analysis of USML Category VIII
169.1 KB 18 pages Presentation
PDF - Analysis of USML Category VIII
SUMMARY OF REQUIRED QUESTIONS TO ANSWER BEFORE ENGAGING IN AN EXPORT TRANSACTION
20.5 KB 2 pages Presentation
PDF - SUMMARY OF REQUIRED QUESTIONS TO ANSWER BEFORE ENGAGING IN AN EXPORT TRANSACTION
Export Control Jurisdictional Determination Process Decision Trees
176 KB 6 pages Presentation
PDF - Export Control Jurisdictional Determination Process Decision Trees
Supplier Memo
108.9 KB 9 pages Presentation
PDF - Supplier Memo
12:00
Lunch for Attendees and Speakers
13:15
Defining and Controlling Technical Data
Mr. Paul Meador
Senior Counsel‚ Export/Import
Northrop Grumman Corporation‚ Law Department‚ Corporate Office
1 file
Defining and Controlling Technical Data
141.5 KB 10 pages Presentation
PPT - Defining and Controlling Technical Data
-Mr. John Barker
Partner
Arnold & Porter LLP (Washington, DC)
14:00
Preventing ITAR Violations related to Defense Services
Ms. Harriette M. Henderson
Corporate Director International Affairs
Teledyne Technologies Incorporated
1 file
Violations Related To Defense Services
332.7 KB 14 pages Presentation
PPTX - Violations Related To Defense Services
-Mr. John Ordway

Berliner Corcoran & Rowe LLP
1 file
Defense Services
322 KB 17 pages Presentation
PPT - Defense Services
14:45
Coffee Break
15:00
Using ITAR Licensing Exemptions
Mr. Paul Meador
Senior Counsel‚ Export/Import
Northrop Grumman Corporation‚ Law Department‚ Corporate Office
1 file
Licensing Expemptions-1
162.5 KB 15 pages Presentation
PPT - Licensing Expemptions-1
-Mr. John Ordway

Berliner Corcoran & Rowe LLP
1 file
ITAR Licensing Exemptions-2
227 KB 31 pages Presentation
PPT - ITAR Licensing Exemptions-2
16:00
Preparing Successful ITAR License Applications: Key Requirements‚ New DDTC Guidelines and Best Practices
Ms. Candace M.J. Goforth
Training Division Chief‚ Directorate of Defense Trade Controls - Licensing
U.S. Department of State
1 file
Directorate of Defense Trade Controls Update
368 KB 15 pages Presentation
PPT - Directorate of Defense Trade Controls Update
Mr. Lawrence R. Fink
Vice President‚ International Trade Compliance/Corporate Counsel
SAIC
1 file
Nuts and Bolts of Licensing
943.5 KB 19 pages Presentation
PPT - Nuts and Bolts of Licensing
-Mr. James Slear
Partner
Shipman & Goodwin LLP
6 files
Successful ITAR License Applications: Key Requirements
329 KB 15 pages Presentation
PPT - Successful ITAR License Applications: Key Requirements
Guidelines for Completion of a Form DSP-61
45 KB 6 pages Presentation
PDF - Guidelines for Completion of a Form DSP-61
Guidelines for Completion of a Form DSP-73
63.8 KB 8 pages Presentation
PDF - Guidelines for Completion of a Form DSP-73
Licensing of Foreign Persons Employed by a U.S. Person – UPDATED
104 KB 5 pages Presentation
PDF - Licensing of Foreign Persons Employed by a U.S. Person – UPDATED
DSP-73 and DSP-61 License Applications – Supporting Documentation Requirements
138.2 KB 2 pages Presentation
PDF - DSP-73 and DSP-61 License Applications – Supporting Documentation Requirements
Guidelines for Completion of a Form DSP-5
58.6 KB 9 pages Presentation
PDF - Guidelines for Completion of a Form DSP-5
17:30
Boot Camp Adjourns for the Day
8:30
Open Remarks from the Boot Camp Co-Chairs
Mr. Paul Meador
Senior Counsel‚ Export/Import
Northrop Grumman Corporation‚ Law Department‚ Corporate Office
The Hon. Kevin J. Wolf
Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration
Bureau of Industry and Security‚ US Department of Commerce
8:45
Complying with Restrictions on Foreign National Employees and Visitors
Ms. Helaine F. Lobman
Assistant General Counsel‚ Americas Corporate Office
Mitsubishi Electric & Electronics USA‚ Inc.
Mr. Paul Seraydarian
Director of Global Compliance and Requirements‚ Global Trade Controls
The Boeing Company
Kay C. Georgi
Partner
Arent Fox LLP
1 file
Complying with Restrictions on Foreign National Employees and Visitors
343 KB 26 pages Presentation
PPT - Complying with Restrictions on Foreign National Employees and Visitors
9:45
Meeting End-Use and End-User Requirements
Ms. Heather Sears
Vice President, Trade & Security Compliance, Associate Corporate Counsel
DRS Technologies‚ Inc.
1 file
End Use and End User
106.3 KB 7 pages Presentation
PDF - End Use and End User
Mr. Louis K. Rothberg
Attorney at Law
Dilworth Paxson‚ LLP
1 file
END USE AND END USER REQUIREMENTS
553 KB 32 pages Presentation
PPT - END USE AND END USER REQUIREMENTS
10:30
Coffee Break
10:45
Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program: Key Elements
Ms. Heather Sears
Vice President, Trade & Security Compliance, Associate Corporate Counsel
DRS Technologies‚ Inc.
1 file
Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program
729.9 KB 23 pages Presentation
PDF - Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program
Mr. David L. Thomas
Group Manager
ATK Space Systems
1 file
Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program
610.5 KB 12 pages Presentation
PPT - Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program
Ms. Suzanne Y. Kao
Partner
Huffman Riley Kao PLLC
1 file
Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program: Key Elements
1.3 MB 14 pages Presentation
PPT - Developing an Effective ITAR Compliance Program: Key Elements
12:00
Lunch for Attendees and Speakers
13:15
Complying with Brokering Rules
Gary L. Stanley
President
Global Legal Services‚ PC
1 file
ITAR Part 129 Brokering: Registering, Licensing, Reporting
876.5 KB 31 pages Presentation
PPT - ITAR Part 129 Brokering: Registering, Licensing, Reporting
13:45
What to Do If You Uncover a Suspected ITAR Violation
Ms. Candace Miller
Director‚ International Trade Compliance
BAE Systems‚ Inc.
1 file
What to Do If You Uncover a Suspected ITAR Violation
363 KB 10 pages Presentation
PPT - What to Do If You Uncover a Suspected ITAR Violation
Mr. David L. Thomas
Group Manager
ATK Space Systems
1 file
What to Do If You Uncover a Suspected ITAR Violation
918.5 KB 9 pages Presentation
PPT - What to Do If You Uncover a Suspected ITAR Violation
Mr. Louis K. Rothberg
Attorney at Law
Dilworth Paxson‚ LLP
1 file
IF YOU SUSPECT ITAR VIOLATIONS
559 KB 22 pages Presentation
PPT - IF YOU SUSPECT  ITAR VIOLATIONS
14:45
Coffee Break
15:00
Preparing Effective Voluntary and Directed Disclosures
-Mr. James Slear
Partner
Shipman & Goodwin LLP
1 file
Preparing Effective Voluntary and Directed Disclosures
85.5 KB 17 pages Presentation
PPT - Preparing Effective Voluntary and Directed Disclosures
15:45
Post-License Implementation: Complying with Binding Clauses for TAAS and MLAs under Part 124 of the ITAR
Mr. Tom Chapin
Director - Global Trade Controls
United Launch Alliance
1 file
Complying with Binding Clauses for TAAs and MLAs under Part 124 of the ITAR
445.5 KB 34 pages Presentation
PPT - Complying with Binding Clauses forTAAs and MLAs under Part 124 of the ITAR
Ms. Candace Miller
Director‚ International Trade Compliance
BAE Systems‚ Inc.
3 files
Post-License Implementation
364.5 KB 10 pages Presentation
PPT - Post-License Implementation
Recommended Markings
21 KB 1 page Presentation
XLS - Recommended Markings
Agreement File
30 KB 1 page Presentation
DOC - Agreement File
Kay C. Georgi
Partner
Arent Fox LLP
2 files
Post-License Implementation
220 KB 11 pages Presentation
PPT - Post-License Implementation
How To Handle Your TAA/MLA Approval
179 KB 8 pages Presentation
DOC - How To Handle Your TAA/MLA Approval
16:45
Implementing Your Compliance Program Overseas: Managing the Extra-Territorial Reach of the ITAR
Mr. Paul Seraydarian
Director of Global Compliance and Requirements‚ Global Trade Controls
The Boeing Company
Ms. Suzanne Y. Kao
Partner
Huffman Riley Kao PLLC
1 file
Implementing Your Compliance Program Overseas
311.5 KB 15 pages Presentation
PPT - Implementing Your Compliance Program Overseas
17:30
Boot Camp Concludes