Export Control

The export of certain data, technologies, software and hardware is regulated and controlled by Federal law for reasons of national security, foreign policy, prevention of the spread of weapons of mass destruction, and for competitive trade reasons. The University and all its employees are required to comply with applicable export control laws and regulations.

Visit this site often for information about export control regulations and how they affect research on campus - such as employing foreign nationals on projects, international travel, and shipping or taking items (e.g. laptops, software, and data) outside the U.S.

Questions concerning export controls can be addressed to the University Export Controls Officer.