Basics of Export Compliance Webinar Series - Learn More About the Export Administration Regulations

Tuesday, July 8, 2014 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
SPA Conference Room, 125 Service Building

Export control laws are extremely broad in their scope and application: They potentially apply to all activities at UNH, including teaching, service, and research (whether sponsored or otherwise) and to all technologies – not just tangible goods, but also the provision of services and information.

The Federal agencies involved in the regulation of export controls and foreign trade of goods and services are offering a free webinar series this summer covering the basics of export controls compliance. All webinars are free and start at 2pm E.S.T.

UNH Sponsored Programs Administration and Research Integrity will host the sessions in SPA Conference Room, Service Building 125, or you can register to attend any session on your own at

If you are unable to attend, a downloadable recording will be available for each session at

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Melissa McGee via email ( or by phone at 2-2005.

June 10

Understanding the Foreign Trade Regulations

Presented by the U.S. Census Bureau

Learn the rules and responsibilities for all parties involved in an export transaction. Before you export physical goods from the US you must be aware of your role and the reporting requirements.

June 24

Classifying your Product 

Presented by the U.S. Census Bureau

Need help classifying your product for exportation? Learn how to use our intuitive Schedule B Search, and gain an understanding of the classification rules.

July 8

Learn More About the Export Administration Regulations

Presented by the Bureau of Industry and Security

Gain an understanding of the Export Administration Regulations, Export Control Classification Numbers, and how to file Commerce-controlled exports in the Automated Export System. Learn about the Commerce Control List, Export Control Reform, and the new "600 series," as well as existing compliance activities.

July 22

Complying with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations

Presented by the State Department

Find out about the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and the US Munitions List. Understand how to be compliant when exporting military and munition items.

August 5

Sanctions and Embargoes: What it means to you?

Presented by the Office of Foreign Assests Control

Learn about sanctions and embargoes on foreign countries and entities. Learn best practices to screen denied persons and blocked countries.

August 26

Utilizing the Features in the AES

Presented by the U.S. Census Bureau

Easily manage your export reporting through AESDirect shipment manager. Learn how to utilize the features in AESDirect to view and track shipments, which can assist you with internal audits.

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