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October 03, 2007 

NCITD Meeting to Feature Speakers from BIS and DDTC/NCITD and AEEI to Hold Export Benchmarking Program

The National Council on International Trade Development ( has announced that its next monthly trade compliance meeting on October 11, 2007 in Washington, DC will feature the following speakers:

  • Mr. Ned Weant, Acting Director, Office of Anti-Boycott Compliance, Bureau of Industry and Security,
    U.S. Department of Commerce
  • Ms. Ann K. Ganzer, Director, Office of Defense Trade Controls Policy, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, U.S. Department of State
  • Mr. Bernie Kritzer, Director, Office of National Security and Technology Transfer Controls, Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce
For information on how to join NCITD or to attend the meeting, see or contact the NCITD Secretariat at 202-872-9280.

Export Control Industry Benchmarking Program

In addition, NCITD and AAEI are teaming up to present a unique export control benchmarking program in Washington, October 31st, the day before the Update 2007 Conference begins. This program will allow active, but anonymous, audience participation. Each participant will be provided with a handheld “voting” device. Responses will be tallied electronically and anonymously, and displayed to the audience in a matter of seconds! This will promote an unusually frank sharing of information about sensitive topics such as salaries, disclosures and enforcement activity.

The topics that will be covered during the benchmarking program are trade compliance programs, staffing, organizational structures and reporting, policies and procedures, training, internal audits and reviews, classification practices, licensing procedures, deemed exports, antiboycott compliance, voluntary disclosures and enforcement experiences.

For more information and to register for this program, which costs $150 per person, please see the following link on the AAEI's website:




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