WMACCA Government Contractors Forum: Practical Impact of Export Control Reform for Government Contractors
Within the last year, as a result of Export Control Reform (ECR) initiatives, the U.S. Export Control regulations have experienced the most profound changes in decades. The rewrite of the U.S. Munitions List under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the transition of many parts and components to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) introduce many government contractors to an entirely different regulatory regime and unfamiliar compliance framework, a new set of interpretive issues, and increased risk of costly mistakes in compliance. In this session, a panel of experts from government and industry will:
- Update you on the changing regime
- Provide practical advice to in-house counsel on the impact of these fundamental changes
- Suggest best practices to significantly reduce risks in such areas as supply chain, foreign national employees, defense services, M&A transactions, and enforcement
- Identify the latest developments and predictions for the future
This program will provide corporate counsel with a useful guide to this rapidly changing area.
When: Tuesday, Nov. 18
Where: Tysons Corner Executive Conference and Training | 8201 Greensboro Drive | McLean, VA 22102 AND BY WEBCAST
1.5 hours of Virginia MCLE credit pending.