ACSS Export Controls Task Force
ACSS has a large global membership and includes professionals who do not only work in sanctions but also in export controls. These two areas are strongly intertwined and most of our members working in the sanctions field are also interested in receiving and exchanging information on export controls.
Several export control regimes impact the work of ACSS members. Of particular interest are the U.S. Export Control Regulations “ITAR” and “EAR”, the EU Dual-Use Regulation and the UK Export Control Act, but also newer regimes such as Chinese export controls.
The Taskforce is responsible for providing the highest level of member and industry perspective in guiding ACSS programs and services. Your leadership will be a key element in keeping ACSS on the cutting edge in providing state-of-the-art benefits related to export control to our members. The mission of the Taskforce is to advise ACSS and its members on global export control practices and guidance, and to promote ACSS as the premier provider of export control training services to its members.
The Export Controls Task Force was created to review best practices regarding export control rules and processes. Specifically, the Task Force should:
- provide guidance to ACSS on what additional products/courses, services ACSS should provide or create to fulfil the needs of the members on this topic
- identify commercial best practices of EU, US and other export control regimes and help organize webinars or sessions on this topic or create resources for the ACSS membership
- Develop cooperation and conduct outreach on behalf of ACSS with government agencies, international organizations, and international working groups on export control (e.g. Dual Use Business europe group, Chaudfontaine group, ENEF);