Managing Export Authorizations during the ECR Transition Period: How to Maximize Efficiency While Minimizing Risk

Instructor: Darrell Coleman
Product ID: 703311
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This webinar will explain how to manage export authorizations during the transition of products to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). It will discuss advantages and disadvantages associated with transitioning products as well as the various exceptions available including the STA exception for the new 600 Series products.

Why Should You Attend:

As part of the ongoing effort by the administration to reform the control of exports the administration has transferred, and continues to transfer, many items from the Department of State’s U.S. Munitions List (“USML”) to a newly created Commerce Munitions List (also known as the new “600 Series ECCNs”), which is now part of the Department of Commerce’s Commerce Control List (“CCL”). The goal of the reform will eventually result in the 4 “Singles“:

  • single export control licensing agency for dual-use, munitions exports, and Treasury-administered embargoes
  • a unified control list,
  • a single primary enforcement coordination agency, and
  • a single integrated information technology (IT) system

The administration has also given the Department of State overlapping licensing jurisdiction over certain CCL items, added new Congressional notification requirements for sales of certain CCL items, created a new interagency classification review process, a new division inside Commerce to administer the Commerce Munitions List, new license exceptions, new definitions, and other complexities inherent in aligning the USML and CCL for eventual merger into the single control list and license processing by a single agency. However, navigating through the transition, balancing current approvals, classifying their product line can and will be nerve racking.

This webinar will provide a basic guide for maneuvering through the transition while minimizing your risk.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Effect the October and January changes have on existing licenses
  • License transition overview
  • Items remaining in the USML
  • EAR exceptions
  • 600 exceptions
  • 600 series on DSP-5s
  • Strategic Trade Authorization
  • Post-reform applications
  • Classification
  • Effect on existing Commodity Jurisdictions
  • Specially designed

Who Will Benefit:

  • Exporters
  • Importers
  • Sales and Marketing Managers
  • Purchasing Managers
  • Forwarders
  • Customs Brokers
  • Carriers
  • Credit Professionals
  • Insurers
  • Trade Consultants
  • International Bankers
  • Attorneys and Legal Staff

Instructor Profile:

Darrell Coleman, has over 24 years’ experience in government and commercial contracting in the areas of trade compliance, operations and business development and is currently the Vice President of Trade Compliance and Empowered Official for DynCorp International which supports USG and Foreign government aviation, base support, security, intelligence, training/mentoring and vehicle maintenance in 36 countries with over 30,000 employees. He is responsible for the development, implementation, and management all international Trade Compliance policies and procedures.

Prior to joining DynCorp International, he was with Maytag Aircraft Corporation where he served as International Operations Manager and Business Development Manager. Prior to Maytag, he was the Senior Compliance Manager for Central Coast Contract Services.

He is a member of the President’s Export Council, Subcommittee on Export Administration, is a Certified United States Export Control Officer (CUSECO) and a member of SIA and ICPA.

Topic Background:

As a consequence of the Revisions to the ITAR and the EAR, due to the Export Control Reform (ECR) currently underway in the US, many companies are struggling to understand how to manage their current approvals from Dept of State during the transition of their products to the EAR.

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