The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are interpreted broadly, enforced strictly, and applicable to both domestic and international activities. Having a working understanding of ITAR requirements is essential for navigating the many compliance obligations of the defense industry, including government contractors.
- Overview of the ITAR
- Federal Acquisition Rules requiring ITAR Compliance (e.g., DFARS §225.79 and 252.225-7048)
- DDTC Registration
- Types of Contracts Affected (e.g., contracts with the U.S. government, contracts with foreign governments, contracts with NATO countries)
- Classification of Products on the U.S. Munitions List
- Preparing and Transfer of Technical Data to Foreign Nationals (deemed exports)
- implementing a strong ITAR compliance program
- Learn of common mistakes made that lead to violations of the ITAR.
- Discuss special obligations required by government contractors under the ITAR.
- Learn how to implement and maintain an ITAR compliance program.
- Assess whether your products or services are subject to the ITAR.
About the Instructor:
Olga Torres is the Managing Member of Torres Law, PLLC. Ms. Torres concentrates her practice in the areas of customs and international trade law, anti-corruption compliance, and industrial security matters. In the area of U.S. export control, Ms. Torres counsels clients on compliance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the various embargo and sanctions programs administered by the Office of Foreign Asset Controls (OFAC)
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