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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.
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Defense contractors are required to have the SSP, which starts with a gap analysis of the 109 NIST SP 800-171 requirements, then a Plan of Action and Milestones (POAM), and the Systems Security Plan (SSP) that you can provide to your customers to show you are NIST compliant.
The second step in creating your export control program is the ICP, which is referenced in the Export Compliance Policy. This ICP contains all NIST and other regulatory policy statements to increase your compliance with the new cybersecurity protocols. – Index – $6,500
All federal contractors are required to implement these NIST protocols now, even if they do not implement the remaining 92 NIST protocols from the NIST SP 800-171 until later. – $TBD as pricing depends on whether your company has any of the 15 protocols currently in place.
The NIST SP 800-171 requirements for all defense contractors requires ongoing security monitoring. If you decide to implement this protocol, we can work with you to ensure you are using the correct and most cost effective systems – $TBD
Export Control Compliance
The first step in creating your export control program. It is the first document the federal government would look for if you were to get audited. It is a 140-page comprehensive policy customized with your branding. – Index – $6,250
Forms Package includes the following:
Summary of items to implement in various corporate departments to become export compliant.
Export Control Intake Certification – the most important document to ensure comprehensive export control due diligence in your sales process to gather all required information.
Non-Disclosure Agreement with required export control verbiage
Consultant’s Agreement with required export control verbiage
President’s Letter expressing the company’s commitment to export control compliance that should be updated and circulated annually and acknowledged by each of your employees.
Terms and Conditions – Provisions for your contract
Signage for all entrances and exits (front desk, exits, restricted areas)
Markings instructional sheet
Best Practices package
Products Matrix to get your export control management centralized
Sales Due Diligence Checklist
Managers need to get the attention of busy employees to convey the importance of export compliance. All employees should receive basic training, compliance teams more in-depth training, and employees using controlled technology should receive training as part of their orientation and then again annually. $750 for a 2-hour class for as many employees as needed
Quality control departments are often strapped with getting products out the door and have little available time to devote to export control. Companies find it extremely helpful to have a live person to call when a situation arises. $200/month retainer, then T&M over 2 hours
The federal government recommends auditing at least annually. Third party auditors are unbiased and offer additional resources to ensure the effectiveness of your export control programs. $2,500 to ensure policies in place and are being implemented
Anonymous Suggestion Box for employees to report risks to management and online centralized Visitor Kiosk to help manage and store cleared and validated foreign national visitor information – $1500 plus $100/month hosting fee