September 9, 2015
Trainer: Don Fisher, Fisher & Assoc.
This focused session is designed specifically for UCAR's EOs (Empowered Officials), ECCs (Export Compliance Coordinators), PIs (Principal Investigators) and Directors, and those tasked with direct responsibilities for providing guidance to others on UCAR's export compliance policies, processes and procedures. ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations), EAR (Export Administration Regulations), OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control), and general export controls laws and updated regulations will be reviewed in the context of a scientific research institution with in-depth focus on practical applications of export controls as they affect UCAR/NCAR/UCP. This includes outbound transfers of instruments, technology and software as well as foreign national access to these items when certain controls apply. In addition, you will learn the answers to: 1. Why is awareness so critical to federally-funded research institutions? 2. What are export controls? How do they work? How are they enforced? 3. How do controls impact you as a PI, researcher or research administrator? 4. How do you remain compliant while efficiently navigating these controls? Targeted for EOs, ECC, PIs, Directors and those tasked with direct responsibilities for providing guidance to others on UCAR's export controls policies, processes and procedures. Completion of this session fulfills the requirement for initial and annual refresher export compliance training.
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