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You will increase competitiveness and confidence in your export control programs, so that customers can depend on you as a reliable and secure vendor. To start, read through our Best Practices for helpful tips that can be implemented right now. Our products and services complement your export control programs and get you started on a fast track to compliance. And, our wholly-owned subsidiary, Novus Insight, Inc., has a team of 40 IT-professionals, including a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), to implement the required cybersecurity protocols. Additionally, Novus continues to provide high-quality and affordable information technology and related services.
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Understanding ITAR and EAR, and the many channels of federal regulations that govern export control can be critical to your company’s future. The Department of State’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls administers the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security administers the Export Administration… Read More
Whenever an order requires shipping to a customer’s facilities outside of the U.S. or to another foreign company, due diligence is necessary because you may be required to get a license. The license process is possible but time consuming. Do your due diligence when working with a new customer or… Read More
Releases of controlled technology to foreign persons in the U.S. are deemed an export to the person’s country or countries of nationality. A release can be visual, oral, or written, and are your company’s biggest risk when it comes to visitor management. Access restriction is an important component of any… Read More
You’ve screened your customer, gotten licenses, and are ready to ship. But something still doesn’t seem right. There’s a feeling … an instinct … that’s prevented you from giving the green light. Knowing your customers is one of the basic elements of compliance with export compliance laws. It’s important to review even… Read More
To prevent deemed disclosures inside your organization, ensure that your employees’ citizenship does not inadvertently jeopardize your business with export control violations. Foreign-born applicants are on the rise in the fields of science, technology and advanced manufacturing. An understandable reaction to avoid running afoul of the complex export control laws… Read More
When it comes to configuring an export control compliance program, the goal is to raise awareness of common risks and build in steps to mitigate them early in the program design phase. Otherwise, a focus solely on getting orders out can create vulnerabilities that negatively affect your business. Here’s the… Read More
Organizations run the risk of committing a deemed export where controlled technology is accessed in the U.S. by foreign persons, whether visitors or employees. This could happen at domestic trade shows but often, deemed exports occur inside manufacturing facilities. You want to be sure that you have all proper protections… Read More
Your employees probably attend and participate in trade shows and similar events on a regular basis. These events may be held domestically or internationally. Companies need to be mindful that distribution of protected information is considered an export and illegal without a license to a foreign national, regardless of whether… Read More
Commitment to compliance starts at the top. As with any corporate policy, it is the executives of the company that set the tone and expectations for the rest of the company. There are a number of ways executives can promote and support company compliance with export regulations. Three areas where… Read More
International travel is often a necessity in today’s world. Companies need to ensure employees traveling internationally remain diligent about export control. The U.S. Customers Service is responsible for ensuring that all goods entering and exiting the United States is in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. It is common… Read More