Arthur Shulman is the director for Licensing, Policy, Sanctions and Global Customs for Boeing Global Trade Controls (GTC), based in the Washington, D.C., office and reporting to the vice president for GTC. In this role, Shulman is responsible for coordinating trade control policy, licensing, technology release and customs matters with U.S. Government regulators. His team also provides non-U.S. trade control regulatory guidance and obtains local transfer authorizations to support Boeing’s business around the globe. In addition, he is responsible for monitoring and ensuring company compliance with evolving sanctions regulations.
Most recently, Shulman was the Acting Director of the Office of Defense Trade Controls Compliance in the U.S. State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls. During his tenure there, Shulman was an integral participant in the U.S. government’s export control policy and licensing reform effort while administering and managing the munitions export control compliance and enforcement program.
Shulman previously worked as a researcher, analyst and advocate for robust strategic trade controls. A native Russian speaker, Shulman earned his undergraduate degree in international relations and history from Tulane University, a masters from the London School of Economics, and his law degree from George Washington University.