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New, Updated Classification and Controlled Goods Working Groups See inside for details…

6 th Forum on US Export & Re-Export Compliance for Canadian Operations

January 31 - February 1, 2017 | Toronto Airport Marriott, Toronto, ON Pre-Conference Workshops January 30, 2017

EARN CLE/CPD CREDITS

Specifically tailored to the Canadian context, this forum has established itself as the pre-eminent export and re-export controls for industry. What’s new for 2017: • CLASSIFICATION : How to address outstanding classification and other challenges posed by U.S. Export Control Reform • CONTROLLED GOODS : First-hand government updates on the Canadian Controlled Goods Program , audit priorities, and an increased focus on security assessments • CLOUD COMPUTING : Enhancing data security and interpreting the U.S. Commerce Department’s new Cloud Computing Rules • CANADIAN EXEMPTION : New updates on how to apply the Canadian Exemption , and other important EAR exceptions and ITAR exemptions • ECONOMIC SANCTIONS : Updating your screening and due diligence practices to comply with rapidly changing sanctions restrictions • GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN : How to vet and monitor suppliers and end-use/end-users Benchmark your Compliance Program with: Celestica

Hear from Canadian and U.S. Government Decision-Makers: Wendy Gilmour Director, Trade Controls Bureau Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada Ronald Marcell Assistant Attaché

Homeland Security Investigations U.S. Department of Homeland Security Robert Hart  Acting chief, Office of Defense Trade Control Policy Regulatory and Multilateral

Pascal Girard Director Controlled Goods Directorate Matt Borman Deputy Assistant Secretary for Export Administration Bureau of Industry & Security U.S. Department of Commerce

Affairs Division in the Department of State (Washington, DC)

Enhance your learning at practical and intensive pre-conference workshops on January 30 th : A Deep Dive into Classification Dos and Don’ts:

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L-3 Communications Electronic Systems Esterline, Avionics Systems ATS Automation Tooling Systems IFS North America General Dynamics Land Systems UTC AEROSPACE SYSTEMS

Practical, In-Depth Case Studies on How to Apply the Latest U.S. and Canadian Definitions and Guidance

FAG Aerospace Pratt & Whitney Bombardier Standard Aero Siemens

A Comprehensive Review of Your Obligations Under the Controlled Goods Regulations: Everything You’ve Wanted to Know, But Were Afraid to Ask

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