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Julie Gibbs

Julie has been working in the logistics and trade compliance industry since 1991. Since joining BPE Global in 2007, she has had a wide variety of experience in creating import and export compliance programs for companies of all sizes. This includes creating and implementing import and export policies and procedures, providing classification services including encryption items, establishing restricted party screening and deemed export programs, providing C-TPAT and ISA support, implementing trade compliance software, creating foreign trade agreement certification programs and performing internal audits.

Julie has been a licensed customs broker with CBP since 1997. Prior to joining BPE Global, Julie was Director of Product Management and Professional Services at Ensenda, a carrier management and "last mile" logistics service provider. Her responsibilities included defining the product strategy for Ensenda's web-based transportation products in addition to implementation of all of Ensenda's customers. Julie has also worked as a Product Manager at Open Harbor and was responsible for the design of the company's global trade management and customs clearance solutions, and has held positions at the Gap, Qiva, and Hewlett Packard. During her eight year tenure at Hewlett-Packard, she managed several Import Operations programs including Drawback and NAFTA.

Julie has served on the board of WIT-NC as Vice President and Treasurer. Julie holds an M.B.A. from Santa Clara University and a B.A. in Business Economics from U.C. Santa Barbara.

Articles Written By Julie Gibbs

10 Tips for Applying Export Controls to Your Technical Data

Julie Gibbs | March 30, 2015 | Export Compliance

The U.S. government controls exports of sensitive equipment, software and technology for reasons of national security and foreign policy objectives. While most people understand that these regulations apply to physical objects that may be exported, they don’t always understand that these same requirements may also apply to their data.

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