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April 02, 2006 

Next NCITD Meeting to be Held on April 6, 2006

The National Council on International Trade Development (NCITD) has another excellent lineup of speakers at its April 6, 2006 Trade Compliance Committee meeting. The topics and speakers include:

  • Update on Foreign Policy Export Controls -- Joan Roberts, Director, Foreign Policy Division, Bureau of Industry & Security
  • Update on Mandatory Automated Export System (AES) Requirements -- Dick Preuss, Foreign Trade Division, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Deemed Export Update -- Todd Willis, Office of National Security & Technology Transfer Control, Bureau of Industry & Security

The NCITD meeting will be University Club of Washington, DC. Please contact the NCITD Secretariat (202-872-8181 or to RSVP for this meeting. The non-member fee to attend this meeting is $45. Further information on the NCITD can be found at



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