“Who are you doing business with?” “What is the subject of your transaction?” “How is your transaction being conducted?” CE’s awareness-level Trade Compliance Overview for U.S. Procurement and Supply Chain course introduces individuals in the supply chain, procurement, and global sourcing departments subject to U.S. trade controls to these common themes of the trade process. The course is presented in clear, easy-to-understand microlearning elements that highlight key compliance concepts relevant to international trade and offers engaging scenarios that illustrate how these concepts can impact day-to-day situations.
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Enable learners to recognize situations that could give rise to the risk of a trade compliance violation and to know how to respond in accordance with applicable laws and company policies.
Any employee in the supply chain, procurement, and global sourcing departments subject to U.S. trade controls and responsible for carrying out routine compliance-related tasks within their organization.
Course Duration: 1 Hour, 8 Minutes
Certificate of Completion: George Mason University
Introduction to Trade Compliance for Procurement and Supply Chain
Who Is Involved in Your Transaction?
- Introduction to ''Who'' Key Concepts and Scenarios for Procurement and Supply Chain
- U.S. Exports
- Export of U.S. Technical Information
- Export of U.S. Services
- U.S. Reexport and Retransfer Rules
- Deemed Exports and Deemed Reexport
- U.S. Screening
- OFAC Sanctions and Embargoes
- Exports: Troubleshooting with Suppliers
- Exporting Technical Information: Using Websites to Share Information with Partners
- Exporting U.S. Technical Information: Handling Prototypes
- U.S. Screening: Doing Business with Restricted Parties
- End User Restrictions: My Sales Partner Is Under Investigation for Violating Trade Laws
- U.S. Sanctions and Embargoes: Can I Transact with Someone from an
- Embargoed Country While They Are Living Abroad?
What Is the Subject of Your Transaction?
- Introduction to “What” Key Concepts and Scenarios for Procurement and Supply Chain
- Control Lists
- U.S. Control Lists
- U.S. Catch-All Controls
- U.S. Export Authorizations
- Authorizations Under the EAR
- Export Clearance
- U.S. Penalties for Export Control Violations
- U.S. Control Lists: Sending a Proof of Concept Overseas for Review and Feedback
- U.S. Control Lists: Determining Jurisdiction for Products from Suppliers
- Customs Clearance: The Importance of Proper Valuation
- Customs Clearance: Receiving Imported Material
How Is Your Transaction Being Conducted?
- Introduction to “How” Key Concepts and Scenarios for Procurement and Supply Chain
- The UK Bribery Act 2010
- The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- Money Laundering
- U.S. Antiboycott Rules
- Money Laundering: Money Laundering Red Flags
- U.S. Antiboycott Rules: I Received a Boycott Request
- Reporting: Accurate Reporting to Hierarchy and Authorities