Passport to Proficiency on the ITAR

Take a 4-Week Deep Dive into Highly Technical, Complex Requirements in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations

January 31-February 23, 2023- Online

Take a Deep Dive to Master the Essentials of the ITAR

Expert In-house and outside counsel will provide you with an all-inclusive masterclass on the critical, "need-to-know" essentials of ITAR compliance, along with critical know-how for putting theory into practice. Whether you and your colleagues are new to the ITAR or are looking for a refresher, this immersive masterclass will impart the building blocks for success on the job.

  • Advance your career and professional development by becoming ITAR proficient.
  • Add Value to your organization with a practical roadmap for compliance.
  • Connect with a global community of export controls peers.

Real-Life Benefits of Attending

  • ADVANCE your career and professional development by becoming ITAR proficient.
  • ADD VALUE to your organization with a practical roadmap for compliance.
  • CONNECT with a global community of export controls peers.

Who Should Attend

  • Empowered Officials
  • Export Compliance Specialists, Coordinators and Administrators
  • Engineering Professionals
  • Vice Presidents, Directors and Managers of:
    • Trade/Export Compliance
    • Export Administration
    • Export Controls
    • Trade/Export Policy
    • Export Sales
    • Export Licensing
    • International Trade Compliance
    • Government Contracting
  • General Counsel's Office
    • Vice President, Legal Affairs/ Operations
    • International Trade Counsel
    • Export Controls Counsel and Export Controls Consultants


Provides in-depth, practical knowledge and experience that I will be able to take back to improve our processes and program.

Oshkosh Corporation

I had fun and it was nice to engage with others in the field who are having similar challenges. It was a great session. I plan to dial in to future sessions.

Director – International Trade Compliance, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation

Already the first module was a great opportunity to get to work with seasoned trade compliance professionals in an in-depth discussion of very complex trade compliance subjects with the upcoming generation of trade compliance leaders. The presentations were challenging and the very thought-provoking questions from the audience were even more so. All in all, it was an excellent way to spend an afternoon.

Vice President – Global Trade Compliance, Leonardo DRS

Learn from an Expert Faculty of Instructors into the highly technical and complex requirements in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations

  • Dave Allman, Of Counsel, DLA Piper
  • Larry Fink, Vice President, Senior Assistant General Counsel, Leidos
  • Jahna Hartwig, Senior Counsel, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati PC
  • Jack Hayes, Of Counsel, Steptoe & Johnson LLP
  • Lila Landis, Global Compliance and Import Services, SEKO Logistics
  • Denise Lester, Manager, International Trade Compliance, Northrop Grumman
  • Alan Levesque, Senior Managing Director, Ankura
  • Christine Martinez, Senior Compliance Counsel, Precision Castparts
  • Michael Mellen, Director, International Trade Compliance, Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin Company
  • Dan Miller, Senior Trade Compliance Officer for Licensing, Sanctions and Regulatory Compliance, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
  • Daniel Fisher-Owens, Partner, Berliner Corcoran & Rowe LLP
  • Michelle Schulz, Partner, Schulz Trade Law, PLLC
  • Arthur Shulman, Senior Director, International Trade Compliance, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
  • Linda Smith, Senior Engineer, Export Control Division/Space and Missile, Division Defense Technology Security Administration (DTSA)
  • Chris Stagg, Counsel, Miller & Chevalier Chartered
  • Lawrence Ward, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

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We will meet each Tuesday and Thursday afternoon (1:00 - 4:30PM ET) over the course of four weeks and examine:


Week 1

January 31 - PART I: Compliance Roadmap & Classification
February 2 - PART II: The "How To" of ITAR Classification


Week 2

February 7 - PART I: Technology Transfers
February 9 - PART II: Foreign, Dual & Third Country Nationals, and Technology Transfers

Week 3

February 14 - PART I: Licensing Requirements and Exemptions
February 16 - PART II: Licensing Requirements and Exemptions


Week 4

February 21 - ITAR Compliance in Practice: The Core Elements of an Effective Program, Due Diligence and Supply Chain Management
February 23 - Review of Proficiency Assignment and Q&A



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