DynCorp International’s Darrell Coleman, vice president of Trade Compliance, was a featured speaker at the Advanced Forum on ITAR Compliance for European Operations, which took place January 22-23, 2014, at the Saint James Court in London. Coleman presented “Managing Export Authorizations during the Transition Period: How to Maximize Efficiency While Minimizing Risk.” He was also a panelist on a discussion titled, “U.S. Export Control Reform Roundtable: How to Prioritize Your Compliance Approach to Handle the Latest Reforms.”
The conference addressed U.S. Export Control Reform and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) compliance programs. Attendees learned about possible ITAR-related challenges for 2014 and how to manage them within their respective organizations.
Attendees from the U.S., U.K. and E.U. discussed the latest in ITAR updates to regulations and policies. Key topics included:
- Understanding the impact of current and impending reforms on key industries, from a European perspective
- Learning how to prioritize and streamline your reclassification process as items move from the United States Munitions List (USML) to the Commerce Control List (CCL)
- Preparing your organization for the different challenges of dealing with ITAR and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) items during the transition period
Attendees also benefitted from peer-to-peer presentations, workshops, interactive panel discussions and case studies.
DynCorp International’s Ethics and Compliance Programs
DynCorp International is committed to conducting business honestly, ethically and in accordance with best practices and the applicable laws of the U.S. and other countries in which we operate. We are guided at all times by the highest standards of integrity, whether dealing with customers, co-workers or others.
Our Business Ethics & Compliance Program is designed to foster a free and open atmosphere that allows and encourages employees to make inquiries, raise questions, express work-related concerns or report business ethics violations or violations of law, regulations, policies or procedures, without fear of retaliation. Our program consists of a robust Code of Ethics and Business Conduct, which connects our behaviors to business practices. It is a handbook for doing the right thing and is an essential tool to help our employees make the right decisions.
Every action and decision at DynCorp International is based upon our company values that are at the core of the DI Star:
We Serve – willingly in all locations and conditions.
We Care – for the safety, security, development, and well-being of our employees.
We Empower – our employees to succeed in a culture based on trust, respect, loyalty, and commitment.
We Perform – with a relentless commitment to exceeding expectations.
We Do the Right Thing – always, for our customers, employees, and those we serve.
Our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct translates these values into action, every day, for everything we do. We train our personnel on a broad range of topics to provide them with the knowledge needed to not only be compliant, but to ensure that they understand their personal responsibility to meet the high standards required of all DI team members.