Export Control Reform Training Sessions

SHOT Show Export USML to CCL Transition Training (formerly Export Control Reform)

Wednesday, January 23
Session repeats: 10:00 AM–12:00 PM; 1:00–3:00 PM; 3:00–5:00 PM

The NSSF and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security are offering a special training sessions during the 2019 SHOT Show to help U.S. manufacturers and retailers better understand current regulations for export operations. Get first-hand guidance from the professionals who guide businesses across the country on properly exporting their goods, and be ready to ask your most challenging questions.

The NSSF-BIS joint export training will include a variety of presentations to help attendees learn about the transition of firearms, ammunition, and accessories from control under DDTC/State Dept. to BIS/Commerce Dept. This comprehensive training session will include information about the EAR and how the new regulations need to be implemented in your company’s export business. BIS and industry expert personnel will be presenting detailed information on subjects such as: how the EAR works and what an ECCN is, BIS licensing and their electronic licensing system SNAP-R, EAR exceptions — how they can be a very useful tool to streamline your exports, EAR controls on technology including deemed exports and public domain definitions, and information from the Office of Export Enforcement (OEE) which is the enforcement arm of BIS. This important training is critical for exporters to learn and understand. BIS licensing and policy staff will be presenting and will be on hand to answer questions after the training.

Who should attend?

Any manufacturers, retailers or businesses who export outside of the U.S.

Register for the course when you register for the 2019 SHOT Show.

Enrollment fees are $25 per person.