DTSA's Role in U.S. Export Licensing and Controls
Item SKU: DTSA315
The key agency in the Pentagon responsible for representing the department on export control issues is the Defense Technology Security Administration (DTSA). In the last year, DTSA reviewed some 55,000 export applications for items on the U.S. Munitions List (USML) and Commerce Control List (CCL). It also plays a crucial role in U.S. commodity jurisdiction rulings and regulation writing. DTSA is now a major player shaping the Obama administration’s export control reform initiative. Its USXport information technology system will become the single IT system for all future export license applications. This important audio-conference briefing will give you vital information and insights into DTSA’s place in the Defense Department and the interagency export control process, plus what you need to know when dealing with DTSA on licensing, jurisdiction and policy issues. Our speakers are: Todd Willis, Division Chief, Dual Use Licensing Division, DTSA; Frederick F. Shaheen, Chief Counsel, Global Trade Controls, The Boeing Company; and Peter Lichtenbaum, Partner, Covington and Burling LLP. To receive CD recording of this program and PowerPoint used by our speakers, just click Add to Cart box above.