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ITAR Training Seminars

CVG Strategy Fall 2018 ITAR Training Seminars

CVG Strategy Announces Fall ITAR Training Seminars VIERA, FL USA – August 17, 2018 – CVG Strategy, a trusted name in ITAR and Export Compliance consulting and training announces new ITAR Training Seminars for Fall 2018.  CVG Strategy has been providing ITAR training seminars now for over 8 years and is adding more online web-based […]

ITAR Export Compliance Regulations

ITAR Export Compliance Regulations

ITAR  Export Compliance is an important set of regulations and laws that apply to every business both in America and all over the world, according to the U.S. Government. ITAR Export Compliance regulations are always available from CVG Strategy. ATF, Customs, EAR, OFAC, FTR, HTSUS & ITAR Export Compliance Current documentation links ATF ARMS IMPORT […]

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Context of the Organization and ITAR Compliance

Context of the organization and ITAR Compliance utilizes this new requirement in ISO 9001:2015 for companies to conform to the ITAR.  As the subsequent updates to other ISO Standards are released this will be integral to all new Quality Management Systems.  It is about stating how an organization must consider both the internal and external […]

ITAR Training Seminars

ITAR Training Seminars Online

VIERA, FL USA – June 9, 2017 – CVG Strategy, a trusted name in ITAR and Export Compliance consulting and training announces new ITAR Training Seminars for 2017.  CVG Strategy has been providing ITAR training seminars now for over 6 years and is adding more online web based training seminars. CVG Strategy is hosting several […]


ITAR EAR Rules For US Companies and Cititizens

Why should US Companies bother with the ITAR EAR Rules? The U.S. government, in an attempt to keep sensitive information out of the hands of terrorists and countries who want an advantage against US interests, developed the ITAR – International Traffic in Arms Regulations controlled by the DDTC – Directorate of Defense Trade Controls and […]

Iran Sanctions

Iran Sanctions cost Credit Agricole SA $800M

The US Treasury Department reached an agreement with Credit Agricole SA where they will pay $798 million dollars in fines for US$32B worth transactions violating US Iran Sanctions. The company conducted business with Myuanmar and Cuba violating additional U.S. OFAC Sanctions. United States OFAC Regulations apply to any company or legal entity that transacts business […]

3D Printable Gun model

ITAR Amendments may cut 3D Printable Gun Models sales

3D Printable Gun models are a hot topic with the advent of high quality 3D Printers becoming readily available to the general public.  Many in federal law enforcement are concerned about the impact to regulatory control of gun manufacturing and the ability for unlicensed production of gun parts and their export to foreign persons (non […]

Antiboycott Compliance – BWI pays $9,000

The Office of Antiboycott Compliance fines BWI Corporation, a domestic concern, for seven violations of the Antiboycott Compliance Regulations. The Office of Antiboycott Compliance. Bureau of Industry and Security, United States Department of Commerce (“BIS”), has determined to initiate an administrative proceeding pursuant to Section I L(c) of the Export Administration Act of 1979, as […]

Unlicensed Export – UAE Freight Forwarder Pays $125,000

U.A.E. Freight Forwarder Agrees to Pay $125,000 Penalty in Connection with Unlicensed Export and Reexport of Monitoring Devices to Syria An Unlicensed Export and reexport to Syria has resulted in a penalty for the U.A.E. company Aramex Emirates, LLC, located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.), has agreed to pay a $125,000 civil penalty.  This […]

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Export Compliance Russia Issues Over Ukraine

Export Compliance Russia – $150 Billion orbiting ISS lab divided on Cold War lines. No one thought about Export Compliance Russia Issues during the Cold War in the fifties, sixties and seventies.  But, In 1975, the U.S. and Russia (USSR), even with the political and global issues were able to organize the Apollo – Soyuz […]

OFAC Export Compliance -Insurance Company Pays Big Fine

OFAC Export Compliance -Insurance Company Pays Big Fine

Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control fines American Steamship Owners Mutual Protection for OFAC Export Compliance Violations American Steamship Owners Mutual Protection and Indemnity Association (The American Club), is a New York-based shipping insurance company.  The company has agreed to pay OFAC $348,000, for 55 OFAC Export Compliance violations of the U.S. embargoes against Cuba, […]

Export Control Reform – Commerce to License Satellites

Commerce Department to License Export of Satellites; Move is Key Component of Export Control Reform Initiative and Export Compliance easing. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BUREAU OF INDUSTRY AND SECURITY Tuesday, May 13 2014 Office of Congressional and Public Affairs     |      202-482-2721 WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) […]

Export Laws Violation – Western Advanced Engineering

Commerce Department settles with Western Advanced Engineering on Export Laws Violation. Commerce/BIS Settles with Western Advanced Engineering Company (WAECO) and C.A. Litzler Co., Inc. of Cleveland, OH. Litzler to Pay $45,000 Penalty to Settle Violation by WAECO before Acquisition by Litzler. Source: * Respondents: Western Advanced Engineering Company (WAECO), 955 North Elm, Orange, CA, […]

EAR Deemed Export Violation – Intevac Settles for $115,000

EAR Deemed Export Intevac, Inc. settled with the US Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry Security (BIS) for five violations of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). The Regulations that Intervac violated are currently codified in the Code of Federal Regulations at 15 C.F.R. Parts 730-774 (2013). The charged violations occurred between 2007 and 2010. The […]

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OFAC Violations Iran – GAC Bunker Fuels Pays $157,500

OFAC Violations Iran: GAC Bunker Fuels (USA) LLC to Pay $157,500 to Settle Alleged Violation of Iranian Sanctions (Source: GAC Shipping (USA), Inc., of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on behalf of GAC Bunker Fuels (USA) LLC (“GAC”), of Houston, Texas, has agreed to pay $157,500 to the US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Controls (OFAC) to […]

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