Your Questions Answered - University Compliance Screening Survey Webinar

Posted by Devon Miller

Universities and research institutions are required to comply with the same import and export regulations as companies that conduct global trade. In many instances, the staff and educators are unknowingly violating trade laws that could result in heavy fines or imprisonment.

Last month, Amber Road hosted the University Compliance Survey Results: Screening is Up! webinar. This webinar explored The Annual University of Wisconsin-Madison Survey results of 70+ universities and research institutions along with the methodology, observations and considerations pertinent to compliance. The presenters included:

  • Bethany Nelson, Export Control Coordinator and survey author at the Univ. of Wisconsin
  • Gary Barraco, Global Product Marketing Director At Amber Road


We will be sharing the webinar recording soon, but in the meantime both of our presenters answered several important questions from viewers. Here is a preview into the Q&A portion of the webinar:

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Topics: Deemed Exports, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Export Compliance for Higher Education and Research Groups

Posted by Joseph Gabro

Companies conducting global trade are well aware of the need to properly address import and export regulations. But often less-known is the requirement for universities and research institutions to also comply with these often complex and thorny rules. And there are so many touch points that leave higher education organizations exposed to potential violations; often the staff and educators don’t realize they are violating trade laws that could lead to heavy fines or imprisonment. That's where Amber Road comes in!

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Topics: Export Management, Deemed Exports, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening, ITAR Compliance

Webinar Q&A: University Export Compliance: Protecting Against Risk

Posted by Courtney Correll

Last month, Amber Road hosted a webinar titled, University Export Compliance: Protecting Against Risk. The presenters included:

  • Tanta Myles, University of Alabama
  • Steve Swanson, Amber Road
  • Scott Parker, Amber Road

Colleges, universities, and research institutions are continuously challenged with maintaining a proper and efficient export compliance program, facing substantial risks if they do not adhere. This webinar highlights our new product, the University & Research Institution edition of Export-on-Demand, which simplifies the entire export compliance process, minimizing risk and protecting regulations. If you would like more information about this solution, check out our press release!

Our presenters provided insightful answers to various questions they received throughout the webinar. We have compiled their answers into a Q&A document - here is a preview:

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Topics: Export Management, Deemed Exports, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Upcoming Webinar: Hear How Univ. of Alabama is Protected Against Export Risk!

Posted by Joseph Gabro

If you haven't heard by now, Amber Road just released Export On-Demand University & Research Edition, a platform specifically designed for higher education and research institutions' export compliance. The risks for universities are substantial these days: major fines, imprisonment, loss of funding for projects, and a damaged reputation to name a few. The challenge is…how can one focused on ground-breaking research find the easiest way to ensure the highest level of export compliance? There are just not enough hours in the day, or so it seems.

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Topics: Export Management, Deemed Exports, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Captain Compliance to the Rescue: Simplifying Export Compliance!

Posted by Joseph Gabro

As companies continue to grow, so too do the total shipments and countries in their global supply chain, further complicating existing export compliance processes. Whether it be restricted party lists, export controls, license requirements, or the various regulatory risks exporters face on a daily basis, an automated and configurable solution is needed to make things easier - that's where Captain Compliance comes in!

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Topics: Export Management, Deemed Exports, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Pilot Freight Services Implements On-Demand Export Compliance Solution

Posted by Kelsey Barker

In an era of heightened security, determining whether individuals, companies or organizations are restricted from conducting trade is essential. Exporters are responsible for ensuring that they are compliant with changing government regulations, and that their goods are not being sold to undesirable entities.

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Topics: Export Management, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Your Questions Answered - Export Compliance Webinar Series Part 1: Restricted Party Screening

Posted by Mandy Hyde

Earlier this month, Amber Road broadcast the first part of our two-part Export Compliance Webinar Series on Restricted Party Screening. Our presenters Steve Swanson, Director at Amber Road, and Steve Keighley, Solution's Consultant at Amber Road, led an engaging discussion on restricted party screening. The discussion informed attendees about the dangers of using a manual or outdated restricted party screening process, and demoed how our Export On-Demand platform can greatly simplify the ordeal. They received numerous questions throughout the webinar, but unfortunately could not address them all. Therefore, we have compiled Steve Keighley's answers into a Q&A document - here is a preview:

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Topics: Export Management, Restricted Party Screening

Export Compliance Webinar Series Part 1: Restricted Party Screening

Posted by Mandy Hyde

Is your company still manually screening each of the parties within your supply chain looking for denied or restricted parties? For those of you leveraging software to handle this function, how confident are you that your restricted party screening software is being updated as often as each list is? Would your confidence that your software is searching each list be higher, or lower? Restricted and denied party lists around the world are updated on a daily basis, so if you're not using a global and digital screening solution - you could already be in danger of extreme export violations.

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Topics: Export Management, Product Classification, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Your Questions Answered - How to Tackle the 8 Steps to Building an Export Compliance Program

Posted by Mandy Hyde

Last month, Amber Road broadcasted the webinar, How to Tackle the Eight Steps to Building an Export Compliance Program (ECP). Our presenters, Steve Swanson, Director at Amber Road, and Suzanne Richer, Director of Trade Advisory Practice at Amber Road's Global Trade Academy, led an engaging discussion on these newly updated steps towards complete export compliance. They received numerous questions throughout the webinar, but unfortunately could not address them all. Therefore, we have compiled their answers into a Q&A document - here is a preview:

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Topics: Export Management, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Santa's Restricted Party Screening Could Cost Him this Christmas - Could Yours?

Posted by Mandy Hyde

With the recent changes to export restrictions and sanctions around the globe, Santa may have trouble delivering his presents this Christmas. Although Kris Kringle and a majority of exporters already realize what's at stake if they commit export violations, a recent survey found that only 53% of exporters have a full Export Compliance Program (ECP) in place. For many companies, the variety of components involved with implementing a full ECP can be daunting. One way to begin the process of building a complete ECP is to implement a robust, automated screening process with restricted party screening and sanction capabilities.The recurring revisions to export restrictions and sanctions from governments around the world make it challenging for any company to still be manually screening. The United States, especially, has been busy trying to make updates to exporting policies as the Trump administration re-evaluates Obama-era trade tactics. How sure are you that your company's compliance process is keeping you out of harm's way? Are you prepared for the most recent updates to sanctions and entity lists, as well as potential changes still to come in 2018? If you had to pause before answering either of those questions, you and your company could already be at risk.

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Topics: Export Management, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

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