The New Aerospace & Defense Industry Regulations for Export Controls

  • March 03, 2015
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
  • Webinar Event

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The New Aerospace & Defense Industry Regulations for Export Controls 

When


Tuesday, March 3, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST 

 

 

 

Where

Your Computer

The Aerospace Industries Association has released its first Trade Control Compliance Standard TCS001: Document marking, storage, and electronic transmission of technical data.  Be sure to attend this webinar to learn how to implement TCS001 into your management/quality system from the leaders who helped write TCS001.

Join KPMG and SCBTCI personnel (leaders of the AIA drafting team) to discuss how this standard can assist organizations in assuring compliance throughout the supply chain. Quality and Compliance Managers should participate to learn how to effectively implement this vital National Aerospace Standard within their management and quality systems.

 

Join OWIT on Tuesday, March 3, 2015, at 12:00pm to 1:00pm EST, for this webinar.

 

Presenter:  

Mark Stevens is the President of Aerospace Exports Incorporated (AEI), a leading integrator of ITAR & EAR regulations into aerospace management systems.

Mr. Stevens has over 35 years experience in the aerospace industry. Starting with Douglas Aircraft Company he held senior positions within quality assurance and regulatory compliance supporting various programs including Space, Military and Commercial. Mr. Stevens expanded his Quality background with a leading registrar as a Director and Aerospace Business Unit Manager, where he performed hundreds of ISO and AS9100 assessments at various NASA and Prime facilities.

 

For over 7 years Mr. Stevens performed as a private contractor assigned to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory performing regulatory and compliance assessments. Mr. Stevens was recognized by the NASA Quality Leadership Forum and by the JPL Office of the Management System as a unique resource for his expertise in implementing and assessing regulatory and aerospace standards.

 

In 2005 he accepted a position as a senior export official for a foreign owned international firm that included over 20 aerospace manufacturing and testing facilities within the U.S. Mr. Stevens was responsible for developing compliance systems for both EAR and ITAR while maintaining compliance with such accreditations as Nadcap, ISO, AS9100 and A2LA.

 

 

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Cost:

 

Members:  $25

 

Non-Members:  $40

 

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