USD and South Dakota Trade Educational Programming
The University of South Dakota and South Dakota Trade (SDT) are partnering to offer educational programming that assists businesses as they navigate international trade.
Export & Import Education: Managing Supply Chains and the Regulatory Environment
Date: Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2023
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: USD – Sioux Falls campus or via livestream
Cost: $250 (lunch included; tax included; fees may apply)
Recertification Credits: This daylong seminar has been pre-approved by NASBITE International as a CGBP recertification program. Attendees may receive 7 CEUs toward annual recertification. Registration fees still apply. For further information, contact info@NASBITE.org.
At the start of the seminar, attendees will hear from USD Beacom School of Business Professor Dr. David Carr as he delivers a session entitled “Exploring the Global Marketplace: An Overview of Globalization and Trade.”
Beacom School of Business Instructor Tom Martin will offer the event’s second session: “Revolutionizing Supply Chains: Navigating 21st Century Trends and Innovations.”
Following lunch, join us as we welcome Donna M. Mullins, vice president of the Kale Info Solutions (USA). The international supply (value) chain is complex and complicated if you don’t know your regulatory role. However, the complexity can be mitigated when you know the rules to follow. In this session, Mullins will review some of the regulatory requirements for the roles of the BCO. Her session will address the following:
As defined in the statutes – Who is the Exporter? Who is the Shipper? Are they different? Why
What is a CCSF Shipper and how does that apply to exports of cargo by air transport? (New regulations coming 11/1/23 for ITS cargo.)
- EAR = Export Administration Regulations
- FTR = Foreign Trade Regulations
- FAA = Federal Aviation Administration
- TSA = Transportation Security Administration
- OGA = Other Government Agencies
As defined in the statutes – Who is the Buyer? Who is the Importer? Who is the Ultimate Consignee? Are they different? Why?
Should Importers have an ACE account and why?
- Customs Duties / CFR Title 19
- OGA = Other Government Agencies
Speaker Bio: David Carr
Speaker Bio: Donna M. Mullins
Donna’s list of nationally recognized service positions is the leading indicator of why MIS is the choice in compliance training. These affiliations have put her in the position to help set the course of the logistics industry. Because she is there on a national level communicating the policy changes and working hand in hand with CBP, BIS, FMC, TSA and others, she is well versed in the regulations and the other government agencies that can be involved in what seems like the most straightforward of transactions but in fact is very complicated.
In 1990 she received her US Treasury Customs Brokers License. Donna also holds a Certified Customs Specialist and Certified Export Specialist accreditation from the NCBFAA Educational Institute and is a Certified Logistics Technician by MSSC.
Speaker Bio: Tom Martin
Helping Businesses Succeed in International Trade
South Dakota Trade administers South Dakota’s STEP Grant program, conducts export education, facilitates trade missions, and offers free and confidential consulting services to South Dakotan companies.
The University of South Dakota is partnering with a new association, South Dakota Trade (SDT), to assist businesses as they navigate international trade.