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Exporting for Defense: Is it an Option?

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Innovation Station

1801 McCormick Drive

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Largo, MD 20774

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Join the Maryland Department of Commerce and the Prince George’s County Economic Development Coporation for an informational session and Q&A led by Suzanne Palmer from Export Compliance Solutions. Suzanne will walk participants through what they need to know when deciding whether to export their product or service, including an overview of export controls like EAR and ITAR regulations. This training is specifically for Maryland defense firms interested in exporting but unsure whether it's an option for them.

This learning opportunity is part of the Maryland Defense Diversification Assistance Program, a comprehensive business assistance program for Maryland defense contractors interested in commercializing their business or exporting to overseas markets. Funded by a federal grant from the DoD's Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA), this program administrated by the Maryland Department of Commerce in conjunction with federal, local, and non-profit partners, provides free or subsidized training and consulting services (valued up to $11,000) to help defense dependent companies identify new commercial or overseas revenue. MD Commerce is accepting applications to the MDDA program through the end of 2018.

This will be Part 1 of a 3-part series focused on exporting for defense. Part 2 will provide attendees with federal and state resources for exporting and Part 3 will tackle the next steps to begin exporting.


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