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US Export Controls: Awareness Training of US Export Controls and Its Extraterritorial Reach (for Australia)

Instructor: John Armonda
Product ID: 704793
  • Duration: 60 Min
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This training program will offer an awareness of US export regulations, state their requirements, and emphasize the importance of internal controls. It will also highlight the importance of transactional compliance.

"This is an Australian Webinar and the timing is 10:00 AM AEST(Australian Time)."

Why Should You Attend:

US export regulations are not intuitive nor clear in some cases, hence many corporations in the US and abroad engage in a variety of inadvertent export violations. Even when correct export control classification is used for finished articles, most departments such as engineering, program management, sales, production management, supply chain teams and even human resource all too often take part in export violations.

This webinar will provide an understanding of the full reach and jurisdiction of Dual-Use and Munitions articles and data and will allow your corporation to better deploy the corresponding process controls, assure government authorizations are current and avoid regulatory infractions that delay shipments, provoke problems for your business partners and can induce the loss of access to US Export Controlled Articles and Data.

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain awareness of US export regulations
  • Understand their requirements
  • Recognize the importance of internal controls
  • Understand the importance of transactional compliance
  • Be aware of audits, penalties and program cancelations

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Introduction and Overview of Exports
  • US Government Agencies That Govern Them
  • Dual-Use vs. Defense
  • Defining What is an Export
  • US vs. Foreign Persons
  • Registration and Licensing
  • Corporate Export Control Programs
  • Red Flags
  • Violations and Penalties

Who Will Benefit:

  • CFOs
  • Trade Controllers
  • Plant Managers
  • Import/Export Staff
  • Supply Chain Professionals
  • Freight Forwarders and Carriers
  • International Sales Professionals
  • Business Development Professionals
  • Sourcing Specialists
  • Shipping/Receiving Staff
  • Global Trade Managers
  • Empowered Officials
  • Consolidators
  • Global Logistics Professionals
  • Manufacturers
  • Suppliers
  • Technology Control Officers
  • Integration Managers
  • Risk Management Personnel

Instructor Profile:

John Armonda offers advisory and project management services for a variety of companies engaged in foreign sourcing, shared production facilities, direct exports, utilization of non-US engineering services, Free Trade Agreement compliance, export and import government audits, 3rd party program assessments and DDTC registration and licensing management. Having worked for over 24 years in global operations in the US and Mexico (Aguascalientes, Zacatecas, Guanajuato, Queretaro and Tijuana), Mr. Armonda has a deep understanding of the regulatory requirements, internal process deployment and cultural challenges that plague most companies.

Mr. Armonda has held the position of corporate global trade manager for Eaton Corporation responsible for the aerospace and hydraulics business units and all ITAR approvals for over nine years and held for five years the position of international trade manager and empowered official for Kappler Inc., a manufacturer of the most advanced line of industrial, medical, first responder, and military chemical protective apparel and fabrics available to the world market with production in the US, Mexico, Canada, UK, France, Germany and Tunisia.

He started his career in the NAFTA grassroots efforts as the International Market Research Specialist at the International Trade Center at The University of Alabama, from where he also received a degree in economics and a minor in international business.

Mr. Armonda is a nationally recognized resource on the issues associated with global trade and logistics, especially as it relates to the NAFTA, technology controls and export controls. He is a frequent speaker, advisor and trainer for companies dealing with global expansion issues and undergoing government scrutiny for import or export actions. Mr. Armonda has gained considerable experience in understanding foreign cultures, alternative view points and is fluent in both spoken and written English and Spanish.

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