Recognizing U.S. Front Company's Counter Proliferation Attempts - The He Case Study
Date: Thursday, May 8, 2014
Description: The webinar will provide a case study on a U.S. individual/company's attempt to obtain export controlled material from a Cleared Contractor (CC). It is intended to show how foreign actors are using U.S. based front companies to obtain export controlled material and how the actions of a CC, DSS, and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) ultimately led to an investigation and successful conviction of a suspicious entity.
Length: 30 minutes
Target Audience: DoD and Industry
System requirements: Flash 10.1+
Notes: For the webinar slides and handouts, select the following:
Recognizing U.S. Front Company's Counter Prolif Attempts Questions and Answers
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