Event Date/Time: Dec 03, 2009
End Date/Time: Dec 03, 2009
Dec 02, 2009
Early Registration Date:
Nov 07, 2009
"The President has directed that the NEC/NSC launch a broad-based interagency process for reviewing the overall U.S. export control system, including both the dual-use and defense trade processes. The aim of the review is to consider reforms to the system to enhance the national security, foreign policy, and economic security interests of the United States." White House Press Secretary, August 13th,2009.
This Workshop will examine a number of international cooperative programs. Managers will discuss how, following existing rules, regulations and procedures, they have learned to make the process work. They will also identify areas where iomprovements may generate savings in cost, security and time. They will also identify where current processes have imposed delays in getting equipment to the warfighter.
Initial list of programs to be examined will include:
-Joint Strike Fighter
-NATO SEA SPARROW
Who should attend?
-Government and industry program managers and academic institutions concerned in the day to day compliance with export control regulations.
-Embassy officials, think tanks and trade associations interested in shaping the policy.
-Export Compliance facilitators.