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Suzanne Richer, Director, Global Trade Academy, E2open

Suzanne Richer
Director,
Global Trade Academy

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The Department of Homeland Security’s e-allegation website has allowed companies to report their competitor’s compliance violations with great success. Are your rivals blowing the whistle on your trade discrepancies?

Proactively identifying and reporting your firm’s trade compliance anomalies builds trust with the government and limits fines and penalties. However, knowing what to disclose and when gets burdensome when working through the different requirements of several regulatory agencies.

Join us for a concise overview of how competitor allegations impact companies and what you can do to effectively manage the disclosure process to build industry rapport and reduce supply chain disruptions.

In this Global Trade Academy™ webinar, we will:

  • Identify the top trade issues reported through the anonymous government e-Allegation website
  • Highlight items you should include in a disclosure to limit penalties or further audits by the government
  • Explain how to disclose to various agencies such as the CBP, BIS, DDTC-ITAR and OFAC when each one uses different rules
  • Spotlight case studies that cover common non-compliance activities your audit program should identify
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