What’s better than reading a book about export compliance? Skipping the book and letting an expert tell you all about it instead!
Your time is valuable and rather than spending hours finding updated information or scouring the internet’s endless pages, let an export compliance expert walk you through the process. Join us at the Export Compliance 101 Trade Talk on Wednesday, October 4, and learn first-hand from Omari Wooden with the U.S. Census Bureau’s International Trade Management division as he shares his expertise with companies in a small-scale setting.
At this event you will learn:
- Your role and responsibility in export transactions
- Best practices in export compliance and reporting requirements
- Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) Export Reports – capabilities and benefits
- Difference between standard and routed export transactions
Export Compliance 101 shows you how to follow the rules and regulations for exports put forth by multiple federal agencies, including the U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce and U.S. Department of State. It is important for all personnel to have a basic understanding of compliance in order to identify potential violations by the company or foreign partners.
|Export Compliance 101
Date: Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Time: 1:00pm – 5:00pm CST
Location: NDTO Conference Room, 2nd Floor Schollander Pavilion
Red River Valley Fairgrounds, 1805 West Main Ave., West Fargo, ND
Cost: $60 for NDTO Members; $100 for non-members
Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by Monday, October 2, 2017.
About the Presenter:
Omari Wooden is the Assistant Division Chief for Trade Regulations and Outreach of the U.S. Census Bureau in Washington, D.C. He joined the U.S. Census Bureau’s International Trade Management Division in 1997 and oversees outreach and marketing related to economic statistics, Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR) and the Automated Export System (AES). He revises and interprets the Foreign Trade Regulations, and received a Silver Medal award from the Department of Commerce for his work with the FTR. He also received a Gold Medal award from the Economic and Statistics Administration for his work with the ACE system.