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What are Export Controls? 

Export controls are a body of  federal regulations that regulate:

  • Disclosure, shipment, use, transfer, or transmission of any item, commodity, material, technical information, technology, software, or encrypted software for the benefit of a foreign person or foreign entity anywhere (including the transfer of controlled information within the U.S. “deemed export”); 

  • Transactions and the provision of services involving prohibited countries, persons or entities based on trade sanctions, embargoes and travel restrictions; and 

  • Certain transactions with persons or entities designated on a federal restricted parties lists.

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Do I Need to Comply?

Campus Policy: Export Control Policy - P212

All members of the Campus Community  MUST comply with U.S. export control laws when conducting any Activity:

  • on University controlled premises, or
  • on behalf of the University at any domestic location, or 
  • on behalf of the University at any foreign location.

How Do I Comply?    

questionsGuidance and Procedures(or see below) 


Training and Resources