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Foreign Military Sales

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$1,275.00

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Contractors who wish to engage in international contracting opportunities successfully and profitability must be able to anticipate and settle the problems that can arise. To do this means being able to navigate a complex web of statutes, regulations, and policies governing FMS, FMF, and U.S. export controls. This program offers guidance on the rules and skills you need to be successful in this area. 2 days. 9.0 CPE hours. Fee per person: $1275.

Federal Publications Seminars

Provider:


Federal Publications Seminars

Topic(s):


Manufacturing

Who Should Attend?


Manufacturers, exporters and their advisors


The international marketplace offers substantial opportunities for U.S. firms in the business of selling military and technology-based products and services. These international contracting opportunities can take form of Foreign Military Sales as well as direct sales of military products and services.

Each type of sale presents unique problems in contract negotiation, approval, and performance.

Contractors who wish to engage in international contracting opportunities successfully and profitably must be able to anticipate and settle the problems that can arise. To do this means Being able to navigate a complex web of statutes, regulations and policies governing FRMS, FMF and U.S. export controls. This specially developed program is a great opportunity—offering guidance on the rules and skills you need to be successful in this area.


The Course Curriculum

Introduction to Security Assistance

Statutory, Regulatory & Policy Framework

Government Involvement

Foreign Military Sales Program & Process

Foreign Military Financing

Export Control

Agents Fees and Commissions: ITAR Reporting Requirements

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act


Sponsor Background:

Federal Publications Inc., founded in Washington, DC in 1958, is recognized as the dominant force in providing Government procurement information to contracts professionals—the leader for high quality print publications, electronic materials, and educational seminars on Government contracting subjects. Construction contracting, immigration law, personnel and employment, international law and business, and environmental law are other areas in which Federal Publications has gained a reputation for high quality products.

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