July 14, 2022, 1:00-2:30 pm Pacific

Event Type:  In-Person

One World Trade Center
Training Room (bridge level)
121 SW Salmon St.
Portland, OR 97204

Participation is free with registration


Kellie Holloway
U.S. Commercial Service - Oregon

Bureau of Industry and Security Compliance Briefing & Export Enforcement Priorities

Unfortunately this event has been

Some of the content will be covered in the
2022 Northwest Trade Compliance Conference,
held virtually Aug 9-11 (info)

On behalf of the U.S. Department of Commerce, you are cordially invited to a BIS Compliance Briefing, presented by Assistant Secretary for Export Enforcement, Matthew S. Axelrod (bio). 

Remarks will provide an update on BIS enforcement policies, actions, voluntary disclosure, and resent measures taken in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.  

Don't Miss this Important Update from BIS

The Bureau of Industry and Security’s Office of Export Enforcement is at the frontline of protecting national security interests and ensuring sensitive U.S. goods and technologies are not falling into the wrong hands abroad. Over time, the nature of goods and technologies and their relevance to national security threats facing our country have shifted dramatically.

Join us for an update on enforcement priorities and policy changes such as:

  • Administrative enforcement changes for export controls and antiboycott programs
  • Commerce Departments efforts to hold Russia accountable
  • Impace on the Aerospace sector
  • New Academic Outreach Initiative
  • Examples of recent Charging Letters and Temporary Denial Orders
  • Bilater discussions with Canada Border Services Agency and Gobal Affairs Canada


No fee to attend.  Advance Registration is required.  Seating is limited.

This event is brought to you by the U.S. Commercial Service, with support of the Oregon District Export CouncilPacific Northwest Defense Coalition and the Gorge Technology Alliance.


The U.S. Commercial Service/Portland, OR and the Health Products Association-China present this one-hour webinar focusing on cross-border e-Commerce sales to China of nutritional supplements, processed foods/beverages and cosmetics/personal care products. 


Topics Covered: 

1)      Activating your brand prior to Market Entry

2)     Use of Social Media and Live-Streaming

3)     Developing an Integrated Strategy for eCommerce Success in China

4)     Registration and Approval of Nutritional Supplements to expand into traditional retail commerce in China

Established in July 2010, Health Products Association – China (HPA-China) is a U.S. non-profit 501(c6) organization dedicated to the overall natural health products industry including dietary supplements, nutritional ingredients, organic foods, natural cosmetics, sports nutrition, probiotics, omega fatty acids and traditional herbal products. The association’s primary focus is the continued development of China’s dietary supplement and overall natural health product industry. The association works closely with both government and industry to achieve its objective. HPA-China differs from other associations as it offers it members business related services to help them succeed in one of the most challenging markets in the world.