its Export Management Compliance Program (EMCP):
Export requirements may seem overwhelming without a system to capture analysis, decisions, accountability and implementing procedures. An EMCP takes individual decisions and pieces of information and builds them into an organized, integrated system. It is a program which can be established to manage export-related decisions and transactions to ensure compliance with export Regulations.
Atlas Electronic Systems implemented the first
phase of their EMCP in December of 2010 and will complete this task
by the end of July 2011. We take our commitment to the letter and
spirit of export regulations seriously.
Provide management structure and organization for the processing of
Provide compliance safeguards throughout AES's supply chain to ensure order processing and due diligence checks produce consistent export decisions.
Provide written instructions for employees to blend into their daily responsibilities to "screen" export transactions against general prohibitions of exports, re-exports and selected transfers to certain end-uses and end-users.
Serve as a vehicle to communicate red flag indicators that raise questions about the legitimacy of a customer or transaction.
Provide personnel with tools to help them ensure they are performing their export control functions accurately and consistently.
Identify transactions that could normally be exported without a license, but because of the end-use or end-user, require a license.
Streamline the process and reduce time spent on compliance activities when employees have written instructions, tools and on-going training.
Protect employees through training and awareness programs from inadvertently
violating the EAR.
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