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Export, ITAR-controlled project security session Nov. 5

What are the biggest project issues with export and International Traffic in Arms Regulations-controlled projects? Security and violations.

Security is of the utmost importance, and without it a violation can occur.

A violation is not a simple, "Oh I forgot" or "I didn't know" — playing dumb is not a viable defense when dealing with a U.S. government enforcement officer.

Learn how to keep your export or ITAR-controlled project secure and violation-free with information from the Mississippi State University Office of Research Security's special presentation on "Project Issues and Violations."

Join ORC director Neil Lewis on Tuesday [Nov. 5] from 3-4 p.m. in the Bost Extension Center theater to learn more.

Please register for this free training session at http://www.tfaforms.com/290907.

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