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On November 27, 2018, the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) revealed a $87,507 settlement agreement with Virginia-based Cobham Holdings, Inc., a global provider of technology and services in aviation, electronics, communications, and defense, on behalf of its former subsidiary, Aeroflex/Metelics, Inc.
We all know trade compliance is complex – which is why we have put together our Trade Compliance Standard™ (TCS) and made it available to the industry. Finally, a standard that translates export regulations into defined and actionable requirements.
The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) announced an initiative to assist small and new-to-export companies to better understand and comply with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
The 7th Annual Alabama Global Supply Chain & Logistics Summit was held in Huntsville, Alabama last month and our CEO, Matt Henson was one of the featured speakers.
On Tuesday, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) hosted a new webinar as part of their IT Modernization Series. This webinar covered the current status and next steps for the DDTC’s new registration and licensing applications. If you weren’t able to attend, here’s what you missed.
Although policies, procedures and physical export controls remain important, export compliance risk has shifted to the cyber domain, where data is created, stored and shared. Export compliance programs based on tribal knowledge, manual processes and manual controls do not address the risks of operating in a globally- networked, information-driven economy.
We’re kicking off November with the launch of our new website. Our revamped site includes new resources, an improved user experience and a blog where you can keep up to speed on all the cutting-edge concepts in trade compliance.
I recently published an article recommending the export compliance community adopt a new mission statement.
Whether or not your export compliance function has a mission statement, I recommend you adopt the following: Our mission is to deliver accurate and timely export control decisions.