4 P’s of ITAR - Policies, Provisions, Procedures & Penalties

Instructor: Suzanne Richer
Product ID: 704343
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This training program will offer an overview of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Part 126 – General Policies and Provisions, Part 128 – Administrative Procedures.

Why Should You Attend:

This webinar will give the overview of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Part 126 – General Policies and Provisions, Part 128 – Administrative Procedures. Attendees will learn more about U.S. laws and the federal agencies that regulate the export of hardware and technology. They will also understand how these agencies and regulations impact their business on an everyday level and the steps to take to reduce risk with these transactions.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • U.S. laws on ITAR, EAR and CBP
  • Federal agencies
  • Regulations impact your business on an everyday level
  • Steps to reduce risk
  • ITAR, Part 126 and Part 128
  • Policies, provisions and administrative procedures impacting your business

Who Will Benefit:

  • Export compliance personnel
  • Shipping officers and managers
  • Contract managers
  • Global supply chain teams
  • Legal professional and administrators
  • Global logistics professionals
  • Anyone involved in the export process

Instructor Profile:

Suzanne M. Richer is director, trade advisory services, at Amber Road. A licensed customs broker, Ms. Richer has extensive experience in advising corporations on focused assessments, C-TPAT cargo security applications and validations, and the Importer-Self Assessment (ISA) program. Prior to establishing the firm, she worked for customs brokers, freight forwarders and importer/exporter firms in the ports of Detroit, Miami, Newark and Philadelphia, bringing that in-depth experience to her understanding of international supply chain management.

Today, she and her team work with corporations to establish import and export management systems with best practices in internal controls, guide corporations through this customs audits, in addition to classification and ECCN determination. In 2006, she was recognized by the Journal of Commerce as one of the Top 20 Women in Transportation and in 2011, she was featured in the newly released book, Million Dollar Conversations, focused on women leaders within their industry.

Ms. Richer regularly lectures in the U.S. and internationally on global trade, including classification, NAFTA, Incoterms, export controls, import compliance issues, FCPA and C-TPAT. She has conducted over 4000 hours of training, including training for the National Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association, Footwear Association, CSCMP New York and Paris Roundtables, Mid-West Importers Trade Association, and the Federal Maritime Commission. She serves on the board at Baruch College for their international educational programs, and is the president of the CSCMP – New York Roundtable. Ms. Richer recently completed working on the National Program Committee of CSCMP and now conducts training in the U.S. and overseas for the Global Trade Academy.

Ms. Richer earned her Master’s in Economics degree from Eastern Michigan University and her Bachelor of Economics from the University of Michigan. She has studied language courses at the University of Strasbourg, France and Osaka, Japan. Her articles on international trade topics appear in the Shipping Digest, Supply Chain Management magazine and Logistics Management, and she has authored four books on international trade topics.

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