The Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) administers the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) governing exports of defense articles and related technical data. These regulations are very broad and strictly enforced and penalties for violations can be very severe. As a matter of policy DDTC encourages companies to voluntarily disclose ITAR violations. If you discover an actual or suspected violation of the ITAR should you disclose it? How do you disclose it? How will DDTC respond to the disclosure? At this webinar we will cover what needs to be disclosed, how to submit a voluntary disclosure to DDTC and how to present it in a manner that will get the most favorable – or at least painful – response from DDTC.