Exporting By or For the U.S. Government: ITAR 126.4 Exemption Expansion and Benefits to Exporters
August 22, 2019

Location: Webinar
When: August 22, 2019

Join Torres Law, Defense Trade Solutions, and the National Defense Industrial Association for an informative webinar.

After what has seemed like an eternity of regulatory drafting, on April 19th, 2019 the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) reformed language to the ITAR’s 126.4 Exemption for exports conducted by or for the U.S. Government.  This reform substantially expands the authority in which exporters can transfer defense articles, technical data, or defense services without a license.  The amended language greatly increases the speed and agility in which exporters can support the U.S. Government and contract for security assistance and security cooperation programs. 

This webinar will walk you through the expanded 126.4 Exemption language as stated in the regulations, agency issued guidance, and best practices to maximize your ability to leverage the exemption and mitigate program pitfalls and schedule delays. 

This webinar will cover:

  • DDTC basics and regulatory requirements when using the ITAR 126.4 Exemption
  • Comparison between the “old” and “new” ITAR 126.4 language
  • Recordkeeping & Reporting Requirements when using ITAR 126.4
  • Compliance risks associated with using ITAR Exemptions, specifically ITAR 126.4
  • Best practices on when to use the ITAR 126.4 Exemption
  • Case study examples of effective ITAR 126.4 Exemption use
  • Gaps in ITAR 126.4 Exemption Coverage

Registration information coming soon!