ITAR Sections 120.10, 120.17, 124.1, 125.2, 125.3and 126.18 — Determining the Level of EmployeeAccess to Your Controlled Technical Data: Howto Comply with New Foreign, Dual and ThirdCountry National Rules and Incorporate Theminto TAAs and MLAs

October 21, 2014 12:00pm

Dean Powell
Director, Trade Compliance-North America
Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation

Sol Brody
Director, Export/Import Operations
Raytheon Missile Systems (Tucson, AZ)

James D. Slear
Partner
Thompson Coburn LLP

  • How DDTC defines “foreign national”, “dual national”, “third country national”, “U.S. person” and “access”: Impact of changes to dual and third country national requirements under 126.18, and available exemptions
  • How the ITAR addresses the sharing of technology with foreign persons inside and outside the U.S.
  • Screening and interviewing foreign nationals without discriminating on the basis of national origin:
  • Reconciling the ITAR with EU, Australian and Canadian human rights and privacy laws
  • Incorporating export controls language into your offer letters, employment agreements and using non-disclosure agreements (NDAs)
  • Assigning foreign persons to ITAR sensitive areas: Avoiding deemed export/re-export violations, and to how to badge non-U.S. persons
  • Outsourcing IT and engineering activities overseas: Complying with ITAR restrictions
  • Controlling visitor access to restricted areas