Regulated Activities

Regulated Activities.

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CE’s Level II Regulated Activities course provides users with a framework to identify activities regulated by U.S. trade controls by looking at end-use considerations, product type, activities performed within the U.S., and post-export activities. Specific issues discussed include screening destinations and parties to transactions, the permanent or temporary nature of activities, regulation of intangible items, and internal corporate activities such as foreign person employment. The course is designed to be personalized via the CE Curator to present company-specific policies and corporate messaging.

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Personnel whose roles and responsibilities include activities – such as interaction with foreign persons, handling and use of technical data, provision of defense services, and export or reexport of defense articles – that may be regulated and require prior approval by U.S. export control or sanctions and embargoes regulators.
The broadest objective of this course is to enable users to recognize the primary activities that are regulated and work with trade compliance experts to ensure those activities are handled compliantly. This objective is satisfied when they can:

Trade-Specific Objectives
• Recognize activities that could give rise to trade compliance considerations.
• Distinguish between activities regulated by the different export regulations.
• Understand that activities with non-U.S. persons and parties may be regulated and require prior approval.
• Remember that the parties to transactions must be screened and eligible.
• Know that end use and destination can affect whether and how an activity is regulated.
• Realize that regulations apply to U.S. items after export from the United States.

Role-Specific Objectives
• Understand that they may be responsible for identifying regulated activities and bringing them to the attention of trade compliance.
• Recognize that they may be asked to provide information and guidance about an activity to determine if and how it is regulated.
• Realize that they may be responsible for tracking or monitoring an activity to ensure compliance and flag any changes.
• Know that they may be responsible for ensuring the appropriate recordkeeping for an activity.

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