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“Who are you doing business with?” “What is the subject of your transaction?” “How is your transaction being conducted?” Content Enablers' awareness-level Trade Compliance Overview: U.S. Dual-Use Controls course introduces any employee, performing any function, subject to U.S. dual-use 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.

Users will receive a certificate of completion from George Mason University upon successful completion of this course.

Learning Objectives

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.

Target Audience

Any employee, regardless of their job function, subject to U.S. dual-use controls and responsible for carrying out routine compliance-related tasks within their organization.

Course Duration: 1 Hour, 4 Minutes

Certificate of Completion: George Mason University

Course Outline

Introduction to Trade Compliance

Who Is Involved in Your Transaction?

  • Functional Introductions to ''Who'' Key Concepts and Scenarios
  • U.S. Exports
    • Export of U.S. Technical Information
    • Export of U.S. Services
    • Exporting Software
    • Deemed Exports and Deemed Reexport
  • U.S. Screening
    • OFAC Sanctions and Embargoes
  • Scenarios
  • Exporting Software: My Colleague Requests Access to a Collaboration Environment
  • Deemed Exports and Deemed Reexports: Plant Tours
  • U.S. Screening: Doing Business with Restricted Parties
  • End Use Restrictions: End Use Is Important
  • U.S. Sanctions and Embargoes: Identifying Export Control Red Flags

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What Is the Subject of Your Transaction?

  • Functional Introduction to “What” Key Concepts and Scenarios
  • Control Lists
    • U.S. Control Lists
  • Authorizations
    • U.S. Export Authorizations
    • Authorizations Under the EAR
  • U.S. Penalties for Export Control Violations
  • Scenarios
    • Authorizations: Export Requirements – Shipping to Other Countries
    • Authorizations Under the EAR: Working with Non-U.S. Partners on Proposals

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How Is Your Transaction Being Conducted?

  • Functional Introduction to “How” Key Concepts and Scenarios
  • The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Money Laundering
  • U.S. Antiboycott Rules
  • Diversion
  • Reporting
  • Scenarios
    • Corruption Controls: Did My Colleague Offer a Bribe?
    • U.S. Antiboycott Rules: I Received a Boycott Request
    • Diversion: Red Flags Concerning an End-User
    • Reporting: Accurate Reporting to Hierarchy and Authorities

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