Best Practices for AES Filing and Compliance

Event Information

Massachusetts Export Center


Thursday, May 16, 2024, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT

Filing Your EEI through AES

With the tightening of export regulations and product controls, understanding your responsibilities for export reporting in the Automated Export System (AES) and compliance with the Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR) has never been more important.

Whether filing directly or through a forwarder, exporters are responsible for the required Electronic Export Information (EEI) elements and may be vulnerable to enforcement investigations and violations if the reporting is inaccurate or incomplete.

While this program will provide an overview of AES, the discussion will also detail the responsibilities of the parties involved in the transaction, license type and license exemption codes, and understanding when it is required to include ECCN and export license numbers in reporting. We will also discuss best practices for due diligence and auditing, and exporter obligations in routed export transactions, along with associated compliance risks.


  • Lynn Baltz, Sr. Vice President of Operations — J.F. Moran
  • Kathleen Kinahan-Newell, Trade Compliance Manager — Massachusetts Export Center
  • Ellie Salvati, Logistics Specialist — J.F. Moran

Registration Fee

  • No charge for Compliance Alliance members
  • $25 for non-members

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