How to Comply with EAR, ITAR and Canadian Supply Chain Due Diligence, End-Use and End-User Requirements: Vetting and Monitoring Suppliers, Distributors, Freight Forwarders and Other Third Parties

January 29, 2014 4:45pm

​• Conducting due diligence of suppliers, freight forwarders, distributors, customs brokers, customers, re-sellers and other third parties: What to look for and ask
• The scope of a Canadian firm’s liability for U.S. export violations by third parties
• Flowing down EAR and ITAR obligations: Contractual safeguards to implement for orders and shipments
• Nature and extent of audit rights to include in third party contracts, and how to exercise them
• Tracking supplier and other third party outsourcing and export activities
• Complying with EAR and ITAR end-use and end-user restrictions
• Verifying end-use and the end-user overseas, and when to secure a license from the U.S. State or Commerce Department
• What to do if the end-user has export activities to sanctioned countries
• Reducing the risk of diversion and trans-shipments
• Ensuring your suppliers are DDTC registered, and when second, third and fourth tier suppliers need to be registered


5:30 Conference Concludes