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.
- Certain transactions with persons or entities designated on a federal restricted parties lists.
All members of the Campus Community must comply with U.S. export control laws when conducting any activity (1) on University controlled premises, or (2) on behalf of the University at any domestic location, or (3) on behalf of the University in a foreign country.