Instruction at the academy is provided by CITS experts, current and former government officials and experts from the International Export Control Association. Topics covered include export control policy and law, international best practices, export licensing and industry compliance, and enforcement.

Security & Strategic Trade Management Academy

As a result of over two decades of research and field experience, the Center for International Trade and Security at the University of Georgia (CITS/UGA) developed the Security & Strategic Trade Management Academy in October 2006.

Since that time, we have trained over 500 government officials, academics and industry representatives from 60 countries.   However, in view of the expanding ambit of nonproliferation related trade controls, the program is now named the Security & Strategic Trade Management Academy. This Academy is a comprehensive forum for building expertise to design regulations and establish institutional procedures that help governments and industry safeguard their dual‐use technology from proliferating states and terrorist groups.  The Fall 2016 session will be October 24 - November 4.  Please see attached registration form.

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1540 Compass is an online journal of views, comments, and ideas for effective implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1540 to prevent WMD proliferation and terrorism by non-state actors. Published by the Center for International Trade & Security, in cooperation with the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs. 

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