The Canberra ECAT will include additional presentations from the Defence Materiel Organisation on U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) from 12:00 - 13:00, and a presentation from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade on sanctions.
Is your organisation involved in the export, design, manufacture, purchase, brokerage or distribution of military or dual-use goods? If so, you need to understand Australian export controls and how they may apply to your organisation.
The Defence Export Control Office (DECO) is conducting a second round of free Export Control Awareness Training (ECAT) for 2012 between September and November.
The ECAT session will cover a broad range of export control considerations, including:
Every so often ADM moves away from the platform based companies to look at the service side of the Defence industry. Booz & Company Australia have been working behind the scenes in Defence for some time, looking to improve processes, management frameworks and generally make businesses work better. ADM Editor Katherine Ziesing spoke to Booz & Co director David Vrancic about the issues his company and the defence community face.