Events

The following events should be of particular interest to the OFRN Community.

Mar
26
Thu
Contracting Professionals Webinar: Upcoming Changes to the Women-Owned Small Business Contracting Program @ Webinar
Mar 26 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Contracting Officers: Save the Date for March 26th Webinar on WOSB Federal Contracting Program Changes 

The Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Federal Contracting Program invites all federal acquisition/contracting staff to join our free webinar on upcoming program changes and a refresher on utilizing the program! Tune in March 26th at 2:00 p.m. ET

Can’t attend? Future webinars will be announced! Be sure to visit SBA’s WOSB administration program page to learn more about how you can help WOSBs get their fair share of contracting opportunities as a contracting officer.

Apr
30
Thu
Export Controls and Compliance for Researchers and Universities @ webinar
Apr 30 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Join the Ohio Aerospace Institute, with Support from APEX, for an informative webinar on: Export Controls and Compliance for Researchers and Universities

Date: April 30th @ 1PM EST (90 minutes)

Presenters:

Bruce Leeds, Senior Of Counsel, Braumiller Law Group, and Christos Linardakis, Of Counsel, Braumiller Law Group

About the Webinar:

This webinar will cover Export and ITAR requirements in university settings, including what sort of issues universities may face when dealing with export controlled bids, proposals, and programs, as well as the impact to their researchers, professors, and university compliance requirements. Areas of discussion will include: disclosure of technical data to non-U.S. persons; technical data generated from research and what is considered “public domain”; U.S. government bid requirements; what is technical data; who is a non-U.S. person; what is an export and when is research considered controlled under the EAR or under the ITAR. In addition, a DARPA university case study will be presented, to show the risks both commercial and universities may face when violations occur. Lastly, practical tips for universities will be provided.

Key take-aways:

• Identifying government program requirements when it comes to export controls

• Gain an understanding of when a non-U.S. person may require US government approval to work on a program

• Understanding when research is controlled under the EAR or the ITAR

• Identifying when a possible export licensing exemption exists under the regulations

Who should attend:

Federal Lab people, NASA, AFRL, companies that may have R&D departments, research institutions, Universities, Federal Labs, and any foreign owned companies, those that may have R&D, and companies that do business with DOD or the military.

How to Register / Payment:

Register through PayPal

Webinar Fee: $25.00

(Note: You do not need a PayPal account in order to make payment. Upon completion of your transaction, you will receive a link to complete your registration. YOU MUST COMPLETE THIS PROCESS IN ORDER TO JOIN THE WEBINAR.)

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