Skip Navigation

The Workshop

  • How are universities and research institutions incorporating the export control requirements in sponsored research programs?
  • What are the challenges faced in deemed exports compliance and understanding contract language?
  • Can I bring persons from overseas to work on federal government-sponsored programs?
  • How is fundamental research affected by export control policy?
  • Where does export control reform stand now and how will it relate to sponsored programs?

These key concerns are part of the work of universities and research institutions involved in legal, sponsored programs, human resources, and academic departments.

Please join us to explore these topics as well as related experiences and challenges within your research community in applying and managing deemed export regulations. Examples of best practices and how institutions are now incorporating export control compliance programs will be discussed. Representatives from the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) will be on hand to present information as well as listen to the key deemed export concerns facing institutions today.

Date & Location

August 2, 2012

8:00am - 5:00pm

Agenda

Dorsey & Whitney, LLP

Suite 6100, Columbia Center
701 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104 Map

Nearby Hotels



View Larger Map
Cost: $25
Food: Light breakfast, lunch and refreshments are included in the registration
Parking: Parking is not included
Payment: Payment of registration fee should be made by check payable to Dorsey & Whitney, LLP.
We encourage advance registration; mail check to Ms. Karla Dobson
Same day registration is available.

send checks to:

Ms. Karla Dobson

Event Coordinator
Dorsey & Whitney LLP
701 Fifth Avenue, Suite 6100
Seattle, WA 98104-7043
(206) 903-5427
dobson.karla@dorsey.com

Nelson Dong

Partner
Dorsey & Whitney, LLP
Seattle, WA

Member
President's Export Council Subcommittee on Export Administration

Stephen Hall

Senior Policy Analyst
Office of Exporter Services,
Bureau of Industry and Security,
U.S. Department of Commerce
Washington, D.C.

Bernard Kritzer

Director
Office of Exporter Services,
Bureau of Industry and Security,
U.S. Department of Commerce
Washington, D.C.

Prof. Robert Miyamoto

Associate Director
Applied Physics Laboratory
University of Washington
Seattle, WA

Mark Peters

Export Compliance Officer
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, OR

Carol Rhodes

Interim Director
Office of Sponsored Programs
University of Washington
Seattle, WA

Jill Scott

Associate Counsel
Seattle Biomedical Institute
Seattle, WA

Sandy Thomson

Senior Administrative Contract Officer
Office of Naval Research
U.S. Department of Defense
Seattle, WA

8:00am Breakfast
9:00am Introduction
Nelson Dong
9:15am Overview of Export Control Reform Initiative
Bernard Kritzer
9:45am Deemed Exports - Procedures and Issues
Stephen Hall
10:30am Break
10:45am The Export Compliance Process from the University of Washington - Concerns and Issues
Carol Rhodes & Robert Miyamoto
11:30am Deemed Exports Regulations - Impact from a Research and Development Perspective
Jill Scott
12:00pm Brainstorming Session: list of concerns with attendee participation
12:30pm Lunch
1:15pm Review of List of Concerns & Compliance Challenges and Implications for Universities and Research Institutions
Bernard Kritzer & Stephen Hall
2:00pm Federal Contract Procedures for Universities and Non-Profit Organizations
Sandy Thomson
2:45pm Presentation of Findings on the Impact of Deemed Export Rule to the President's Export Control Subcommittee on Export Administration
Nelson Dong
3:15pm Industry Demonstration Partnership at Oregon Health & Science University
Mark Peters
3:45pm Break
4:00pm Open session: comments, concerns from all attendees
Carol Rhodes

Interim Director
Office of Sponsored Programs
University of Washington
carhodes@uw.edu
206-543-2139