International Traffic in Arms Regulations ITAR 22CFR Parts 120-130 (ASM50)

 Chapter Topic Detail
1.   U.S. Government Export Controls The legal basis
2.   Guide to the Office of Defense Trade Controls Important ITAR terms and principles
3.   Violations and Penalties Criminal and Civil, willful and knowing – Fines, suspension, reprimands
4.   Defense Articles SME’s, MDE’s, Services, Technical data, Public domain
5.   Anti-Boycott Restrictive Trade Practices
6.   Licenses and other approvals Application, exceptions and tracking DSP-5, DSP-73, DSP-61, DSP-119. MLA’s and TAA’s
7.   Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Bribery and Gratuity payments, Exceptions, Caution
8.   Deemed Exports Foreigners and Overseas Travel, export of data and technology
9.   Product Classification USML structure
10.   Screening Process Denied Parties and Black Lists
11.   Sanctions and embargoes Country and product overview
12.   Classified Defense Articles DSP-85
13.   Export Clearance and Record Keeping Export Documentation, End user certificate DSP-83, Freight Forwarder certificate DSP-94, LOA, 7525-V
14.   Registration of manufacturers and exporters Requirements, Fees, Records maintenance, DSP-9
15.   Registration and Licensing of Brokers Requirements, Fees, Reports, Guidance


Provides an analysis and interpretation of ITAR

Assists in the evaluation of software solutions for export management decisions as required

Focus is placed on business units dealing with contracts, legal, customer service, material planning, shipping and order entry

Course Number ASM50  
Audience Size Cost
1 to 5 $4,500.00
6 to 10 $5,500.00
11 to 20 $6,500.00
The Instructor shall provide course materials and resource guides.  
Training is conducted on customer’s site. Cost of air travel, accommodation and local transportation is not included in above costs.