ITAR For Government Contractors
Thomas McVey, partner and chair of Williams Mullen’s International Practice Group, will lead a complimentary webinar on the latest International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR) developments for government contracts executives.
The event will be Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, at 1 p.m. Eastern time.
ITAR is an important area of regulation for government contractors, the firm says on its website. This includes firms in the defense, technical services, information technology, cyber-security, military training and DOD-funded R&D fields. These requirements often apply even if a company is not engaged in any exporting activities – often just performing activities in the U.S. can trigger ITAR obligations. The stakes are high – violations can result in criminal penalties of up to 20 years imprisonment.
The program will provide executives a clear overview of the law and an update on important recent developments.
Who Should Attend: CEOs, CFOs, COOs, in-house counsel, compliance personnel, operations directors and contracts administrators
• How do I know if my company is subject to ITAR?
• Is my company required to register under ITAR
• Requirements for ITAR-controlled technical data and software
• Controls on defense services and Technical Assistance Agreements
• Requirements for dealing with foreign national employees and other foreign individuals
• Obligations of second- and third-tier suppliers; subcontractors and vendors
• Are we subject to ITAR if we only perform services for U.S. government agencies?
• Contracts with foreign military organizations
• How to develop an effective ITAR compliance program
• Requirements under DFARS §225.79 and 252.225-7048
• Recent data security requirements
• What to do if you discover a violation
Time has been allotted for a brief Q&A for the speakers to address questions from the audience.