Trade Compliance Roundtable: Technical Assistance Agreements
7100 Redstone Gateway SW
The U.S. Government views the sale, export, and re-transfer of defense articles and defense services as an integral part of safeguarding U.S. national security and furthering U.S. foreign policy objectives. Authorizations to transfer defense articles and provide defense services can help meet the legitimate needs of friendly countries, however, the U.S. strictly regulates exports and re-exports of defense items and technologies to protect its national interests and peace and security of the broader international community. As described in §124.1, an agreement approved by Defense Trade Controls Licensing is required for a U.S. person to provide a defense service to a foreign person, an authorization to manufacture defense articles abroad, or to establish a distribution point abroad for defense articles of U.S. origin for subsequent distribution to foreign persons.
Please join us for an interactive discussion of Export Authorizations for Defense Trade & Services, including Licensing and Technical Assistance Agreements (TAAs). Questions related to this topic are encouraged in advance and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion in the presentation if received by February 2.
The Export Authorizations discussion will be led by Marc Binder, co-founder and principal partner with International Trade Compliance (ITC) Strategies, an export/import trade compliance business, which offers a wide range of services from one-time compliance assessments to the development of complete corporate compliance programs.
Co-Founder & Principal Partner
International Trade Compliance (ITC) Strategies
Prior to joining ITC Strategies, Marc was the Director of Customs Compliance for Goodrich Corporation, where he was responsible for managing the Corporate Customs Compliance program. Prior to Goodrich, Marc was Director of Customs and Export Compliance for TRW Automotive, and prior to that he was Manager of Import and Export Licensing and Compliance for Lockheed Martin – Government Electronics Systems in Moorestown, NJ.
Marc recently completed his second term as President of the Society for International Affairs (SIA) and has transitioned from his active role on the SIA Board of Directors to now serve as an Advisor to the Board. During his time on the SIA Board, he also held the office of Secretary/Treasurer from 2016-2018 and was Director of Planning and Education from 2006 - 2016.
Marc is a former two-term member of the Department of Commerce Regulations and Procedures Technical Advisory Committee (RPTAC) and a former three-term member of the Department of State, Defense Trade Advisory Group (DTAG). Marc is a licensed Customs Broker and was certified in the fields of Defense logistics and Hazardous Materials Transportation. Marc has been active in the International Logistics, Export and Import fields for the past 30 plus years.
Marc holds a bachelor’s degree from Villanova University and has graduated from the Wharton Management Program, University of Pennsylvania. He also received a certificate in Transportation and Distribution Management from Pennsylvania State University as well as training in Defense Packaging of Hazardous Materials for Transportation at the School of Military Packaging Technology at Aberdeen Proving Grounds.
Marc speaks regularly at conferences and seminars in the U.S. and Internationally on Import, Export and Customs Issues. Marc is a native of Philadelphia, PA and now resides in the Annapolis, MD area.
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