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Is your Export Control Program Up to Standard? A How-to on Conducting a thorough Self-Assessment
This training on Export Administration Regulations (EAR) compliance will provide the attendees best practices for developing an export control program for conducting a thorough self assessment.
Why Should You Attend:
Conducting business on a global scale requires a strategy that is dynamic and capable of managing risk and the diverse challenges of international trade. A self-assessment offers companies and mechanism for testing its individualized program, comparing and analyzing results and driving compliance efforts. Self-assessment is a vital tool in developing your export control strategy, assessing your export control objectives and understanding process gaps.
A How-to on Conducting a thorough Self-Assessment explores the various mechanisms for testing internal controls. Is your ECP up to standard? This session will provide concepts for establishing a framework for developing an export self-assessment.
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
- Self-assessment goals – What do you want to achieve?
- Can external standards be used?
- Supporting self-assessments through audits and spot-checks.
- Preparing your business for a self-assessment.
- What to do with the results?
Who Will Benefit:
- Global Trade Compliance Professionals
- Inside Counsel
- Supply Chain Professionals
- Security / Facilities Management
- International Customer Service
- Sales & Marketing
Suzanne Bullitt, is the Sr. Manager, Export Strategy & Compliance for Walmart of Bentonville, AR. Ms. Bullitt is an accomplished Trade Compliance professional with over 19 years experience in import and export compliance and logistics. She has extensive experience providing regulatory interpretation and guidance in compliance matters related to export controls and sanctions administered by the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), the U.S. State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), and the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Department of Energy (DOE). She has a Masters in Government from Harvard University and holds a CUSECO® certification from the International Import-Export Institute at Dunlap-Stone University. She recently completed her CCEP® certification with the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics Professionals.
An effective Export Control Program (ECP) consists of many processes that connect, intersect and overlap. These connections create the need for strong practices and processes that do not just sit upon the self and collect dust. An ECP must be planned, clear and provide direction and guidance to those affected by the program. US companies cannot assume smooth sailing when it comes to its ECP. Does your ECP meet the regulatory standards required under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) or the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)?
A self-assessment is an opportunity to test whether internal controls have been implemented within an existing program with the purpose of eliminating common vulnerabilities found in export compliance programs. Each company has unique export activities and export programs.
Note: Use coupon code 232082 and get 10% off on registration.
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Supply Chain Professionals
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International Customer Service
Sales & Marketing
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