This course was developed with input from government and industry experts in response to expanded ITAR enforcement practices and the need for corporate mangers to be aware of this changing regulatory environment and the risk it poses.
This three-week course is for senior executives whose organization’s products, services or technical data are regulated by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) [22 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 120-130] as administered by the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls. (DDTC). This high-level course is not intended for senior compliance officers or administrators who should instead take: Understanding the ITAR (TRD-306).
The focus of this course is on providing a general understanding of the broad issues and problem sets that complying with the ITAR pose for company executives responsible for overseeing and managing business operations in a competitive, demanding and dynamic global marketplace. Causes and consequences of ITAR violations are explored and proactive measures and policies are considered for complying with the regulations and mitigating liabilities and risks associated with non-compliance. Case studies relevant to class participants are analyzed for lessons learned and preventive strategies that can be adopted to avoid ITAR violations and enforcement scrutiny.
This course is offered with a PASS/ FAIL grade only. It may be audited only with prior approval from the IIEI.
Course Credit: 3 Credit Hours