American Conference Institute's 9th National Export Controls Forum on

International Technology Transfers, Cloud Computing & Deemed Exports

Tracking and Managing Intangible Exports, Interpreting New Cloud Computing Rules, and Employing Foreign Nationals

Monday, October 17 to Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Washington Plaza, Washington, DC


The U.S. Departments of Commerce, State and Justice continue to vigorously investigate technology transfers and deemed export violations, and they have grown increasingly coordinated for enforcement purposes.

As technological advancement outpaces compliance programs and regulatory guidance, there are more significant gray areas than ever affecting the success of technology control plans. Whether you are on-boarding foreign nationals, implementing new IT systems and platforms that include cloud storage, or managing third-party hiring processes and technology access, the risks are many and the stakes are high.

American Conference Institute’s 9th National Export Controls Forum on Technology Transfers, Cloud Computing & Deemed Exports provides a unique benchmarking platform around complex EAR and ITAR compliance challenges. Join your industry cohorts to compare best practices for tackling real-life, practical compliance issues:

  • Interpreting the most recent BIS and DDTC definitions and final rules

  • Developing policies around complex technological scenarios including derived data and foreign-produced direct products

  • Identifying the red flags that raise suspicion with the enforcement agencies

  • Best practicies for managing deemed export programs in organizations of varying sizes

REGISTER EARLY as seats for this forum are expected to fill to capacity. A number of companies choose to send a team, taking advantage of group discounts.

Reserve your seat by calling 1-888-224-2480 or online.