Dual and Third-Country Nationals: Ensuring Foreign Licensee Requirements to Prevent Diversion of ITAR-Controlled Defense Articles

Instructor: Darrell Coleman
Product ID: 703454
  • Duration: 70 Min

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This webinar will explain the requirements of ITAR 126.18 regarding the transfer of defense articles (including technical data) to dual and third-country nationals employed by approved foreign end-users. Attendees will learn how to ensure compliance with the ITAR and avoid violations and penalties.

Why Should You Attend:

US companies who perform defense services are required to control the transfer of controlled technical information. There are several methods to achieve compliance with the ITAR. US companies can find themselves in violation of the ITAR and/or EAR if technical information is transferred to foreign nationals without proper authority or approval. Since unauthorized transfer is considered a major violation and increases the risk associated with employing foreign nationals companies must either submit a list of proposed nationalities in their Technical Assistance Agreements or Manufacturing License Agreements, to whom ITAR or EAR controlled technical information will be transferred, or use the new ITAR 126.18 which allows the employment of any foreign nationality.

Maintaining compliance with approved lists can be time consuming, places the burden of recruiting qualified individuals on the company and in certain countries may be a violation of labor laws when trying to ascertain the correct nationality. This can be especially difficult if the foreign person holds a dual citizenship.

This webinar will provide a roadmap and the knowledge to approach this dilemma and resolve foreign nationality issues prior to employment. It will outline how to expand your approved nationality list by using ITAR 126.18.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • 22 CFR126.18
  • Restrictions
  • Legal Requirements
  • Practical Considerations
  • Common in Technical Assistance Agreements (TAAs) and Manufacturing Licensing Agreements (MLAs)
  • Permit U.S. exporters to share approved defense articles/technical data with authorized foreign end-users or recipients

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all companies performing defense services in furtherance or in support of a Technical Assistance Agreement. Employees include:

  • CEO’s
  • CFO’s
  • COO’s
  • Manufacturing/Quality Managers of small to medium manufacturing firms
  • International Sales Directors
  • Director of New Product Development
  • Export Compliance Manager
  • Facility Managers

Instructor Profile:

Darrell Coleman, has over 24 years’ experience in government and commercial contracting in the areas of trade compliance, contract administration, global 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 34 countries with over 20,000 employees and partners. He is responsible for the development, implementation, and management all international Trade Compliance policies and procedures. He provides counsel and guidance to all business segments, program management, and business development departments and serves as primary contact for all government inquiries related to trade compliance.

Darrell is a member of the President’s Export Council, Subcommittee on Export Administration (PECSEA), is a Certified United States Export Control Officer (CUSECO), certified Corporate Compliance Ethics Professional (CCEP) and a member of several compliance associations.

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